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Journal:   IRANIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER RESEARCH   2010 , Volume 41 , Number 1; Page(s) 121 To 129.
 
Paper: 

EFFECT OF SULFUR AND THIOBACILLUS INOCULUM ON PHOSPHOROUS UPTAKE AND YIELD OF WHEAT IN CALCAREOUS SOILS

 
 
Author(s):  BESHARATI H.*, SADAT NOORI S.A., NIKNIAEI A.B., IRANNEJAD H., AKBARI A., FALAH NOSRAT ABADI A.
 
* SOIL AND WATER RESEARCH INSTITUTE, TEHRAN
 
Abstract: 

Application of sulfur as a means of lowering soil pH (even if at micro sites) is one way to increase the availability of insoluble nutrients/ Effectiveness of elemental sulfur in lowering soil pH depends on the activity of sulfur oxidizing bacteria especially, Thiobacillus genus/ To evaluate the possibility of partially substituting sulfur along Thiobacillus inoculum for phosphorus and micronutrient fertilizers, a randomized complete factorial experiment was carried out on Wheat under greenhouse condition/ The treatments included eight levels of sulfur (the rates of sulfur which reacts with 0.5, 1, 2, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20 percent of neutralizing materials), two levels of Thiobacillus inoculum (at rates of 0and 104 cfu gr-1 soil), three calcareous soils with different calcium carbonate content, a control and balanced fertilization based on soil tests/ Following soil preparation and establishment of 216 pots, each fertilizer was applied according to the treatment schedule, and finally 10 germinated seeds of Chamran variety of wheat was planted on each pot/ At the end of the growing season the plants were harvested, then the dry weight, as well as the concentrations of phosphorus were determined in the straw, and grains/Results showed that there were significant treatment effects with respect to dry weight of grain and straw Phosphorus concentration and absorption, in the shoots. Interaction effects of sulfur and thiobacillus inoculum was significant on grain yield, The forth treatment of sulfur in addition to thiobacillus inoculum increased the grain yield 16.7 percent in compare with control.

 
Keyword(s): SULFUR, THIOBACILLUS INOCULANT, CORN, INCREASING NUTRIENTS AVAILABILITY
 
 
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APA: Copy

BESHARATI, H., & SADAT NOORI, S., & NIKNIAEI, A., & IRANNEJAD, H., & AKBARI, A., & FALAH NOSRAT ABADI, A. (2010). EFFECT OF SULFUR AND THIOBACILLUS INOCULUM ON PHOSPHOROUS UPTAKE AND YIELD OF WHEAT IN CALCAREOUS SOILS. IRANIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER RESEARCH, 41(1), 121-129. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=275633



Vancouver: Copy

BESHARATI H., SADAT NOORI S.A., NIKNIAEI A.B., IRANNEJAD H., AKBARI A., FALAH NOSRAT ABADI A.. EFFECT OF SULFUR AND THIOBACILLUS INOCULUM ON PHOSPHOROUS UPTAKE AND YIELD OF WHEAT IN CALCAREOUS SOILS. IRANIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER RESEARCH. 2010 [cited 2021July25];41(1):121-129. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=275633



IEEE: Copy

BESHARATI, H., SADAT NOORI, S., NIKNIAEI, A., IRANNEJAD, H., AKBARI, A., FALAH NOSRAT ABADI, A., 2010. EFFECT OF SULFUR AND THIOBACILLUS INOCULUM ON PHOSPHOROUS UPTAKE AND YIELD OF WHEAT IN CALCAREOUS SOILS. IRANIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER RESEARCH, [online] 41(1), pp.121-129. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=275633.



 
 
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