2018
DOI: 10.1590/0034-737x201865030007
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Initial performance of maize in response to humic acids and plant growth-promoting bacteria

Abstract: O tratamento de sementes com inoculantes a base de bactérias promotoras de crescimento de vegetal (BPCV) ou a aplicação de ácidos húmicos (AH) podem aumentar a produtividade de plantas de interesse agrícola. A hipótese deste trabalho propõe que é possível combinar o efeito de promoção do crescimento vegetal característico dos AH com a inoculação de estirpes selecionadas de BPCV no tratamento de sementes de milho com vias a obtenção de respostas superiores à aplicação isolada de ambos no desenvolvimento inicial… Show more

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“…The application of Ascophyllum nodosum extracts as plant biostimulants has been reported in several studies [19,22]. Humic acid may increase the leaf area, stem diameter, plant dry weight in different plants [23,24] and may ameliorate stress conditions in tomatoes [25]. Potassium, phosphorus, and microelements play critical roles in the growth and morphology of most plants [26,27].…”
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“…The application of Ascophyllum nodosum extracts as plant biostimulants has been reported in several studies [19,22]. Humic acid may increase the leaf area, stem diameter, plant dry weight in different plants [23,24] and may ameliorate stress conditions in tomatoes [25]. Potassium, phosphorus, and microelements play critical roles in the growth and morphology of most plants [26,27].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%