AEB Volume 15, Number 5: May, 2021


Plant growth promoting activity of Bradyrhizobium communities with special reference to Soybean (Glycine max L.) cultivation: A review

P Saranraj, P Sivasakthivelan, Abdel Rahman M. Al-Tawaha, N Asokan, Imran, Amanullah, Abdel Razzaq Al Tawaha, D Thangadurai, J Sangeetha, A Rauf, S Khalid, and S N Sirajuddin, Nurhapsa, Wael Alsultan , Malek Alwedyan

Abstract: Soybeans (Glycine max L.) is one of the most valuable crop cultivated in the world, it serves as a good dietary source of protein for human diet and oil seed and as a feed for livestock and aquaculture and also as a feed stock for biofuel. Soybean oil is used directly in food and preventing high blood pressure caused by arteriosclerosis. It also contains lot of the essential vitamins for the body. Soybean cultivation in India started in 1976. Soybean production in India has increased to about 966 ha. Yield levels have stabilized at about 2895 metric ton per hectare. This present review is focusing on the plant growth promotion activity of Bradyrhizobium communities with special reference to cultivation of Soybean.

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