2019
DOI: 10.1590/1413-7054201943027718
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Abstract: The use of inoculants containing plant growth-promoting bacteria is an alternative to increase the efficiency of nitrogen fertilizers. Studies evaluating the effects of inoculation on forage yield, straw yield, and grain yield in dual-purpose wheat cultivars are scarce. This study aimed to evaluate the forage yield and grain yield in dual-purpose wheat inoculated with Azospirillum brasilense and fertilized with increasing nitrogen rates during two agricultural years (2016-2017) under cutting management. The tr… Show more

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“…Inoculation with A. brasilense and P. fluorescens did not increase root length of wheat plants under adequate soil moisture, but increased root and shoot biomass accumulation, although it did not affect grain yield [22]. The inoculation of dual-purpose wheat (pasture and grain production) plants with A. brasilense provided an increase in the production of tillers and leaf blades [23]. Under drought conditions, the effects of A. brasilense have been observed on physiological variables such as turgor maintenance or protection against oxidative stress [24,25].…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 91%
“…Inoculation with A. brasilense and P. fluorescens did not increase root length of wheat plants under adequate soil moisture, but increased root and shoot biomass accumulation, although it did not affect grain yield [22]. The inoculation of dual-purpose wheat (pasture and grain production) plants with A. brasilense provided an increase in the production of tillers and leaf blades [23]. Under drought conditions, the effects of A. brasilense have been observed on physiological variables such as turgor maintenance or protection against oxidative stress [24,25].…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 91%
“…It is, however, evident that the application of only bio-fertilizers does not give the maximum boost to crop productivity, and, thus, partial substitution of mineral fertilizer with bio-fertilizer is suggested to achieve the best results from the cropping system (Habiba et al, 2018). Studies evaluating the application of PGPB as seed inoculants have been mostly focused on genotypes exclusively recommended for grain production, with few researches on dual-purpose crops (Quatrin et al, 2019). In this regard, research results reported variations in the yield and quality of dual-purpose wheat, oat and sorghum (Bilal et al, 2017;Patel et al, 2018;Quatrin et al, 2019), inoculated with bio-inoculants according to the rate of applied N fertilizer.…”
Section: Highlightsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Studies evaluating the application of PGPB as seed inoculants have been mostly focused on genotypes exclusively recommended for grain production, with few researches on dual-purpose crops (Quatrin et al, 2019). In this regard, research results reported variations in the yield and quality of dual-purpose wheat, oat and sorghum (Bilal et al, 2017;Patel et al, 2018;Quatrin et al, 2019), inoculated with bio-inoculants according to the rate of applied N fertilizer. Meanwhile, studies on the variations in productivity and quality of dual-purpose triticale under variable integrated mineral-and bio-fertilization management are scarce.…”
Section: Highlightsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Nitrogen fixing bacteria is generally well known for the ability to fix atmospheric nitrogen and is widely used worldwide for inoculating legumes. However, the ability to release phosphorus has also been found in some nitrogen fixing genera such as Rhizohium, Bradyhizobium, and Sinorhizobium [11][12].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%