English | 2022 | ISBN: 9781003188032 | 229 pages | True PDF | 9.01 MB
Today, the agriculture industry is confronted with simultaneous issues of how to fully embrace mass production of safer food in terms of both quality and quantity. Most industries are concerned with avoiding significant levels of soil pollution and environmental threats as a result of the excessive and harmful use of synthetic products on crops. Therefore, there is a need to adopt sustainable technological innovations that can ensure the sustainability of agricultural production systems.
Microbial Biostimulants for Sustainable Agriculture and Environmental Bioremediation discusses the benefits, challenges, and practical applications of eco-friendly biotechnological techniques using biostimulants derived from beneficial microorganisms. The chapters cover the use of these organisms to increase crop production, enhance soil fertility and maintain soil health, create crop and plant tolerance to different abiotic stressors, release required nutrients to the soil, increase resistance to plant pathogens/pests, improve nutrient use efficiency of crops, and rejuvenate polluted environments.
Explores the physiological, morpho-anatomical, and biochemical molecular plant rejoinders involved in stimulating crop productivity
Provides information on the physiological, cellular, and molecular modes of action underlying microbial biostimulant interfaces
Summarizes methods and approaches for executing microbial stimulant technology
Outlines numerous environmental management and remediation strategies
This book is an ideal resource for researchers, engineers, and academics working in soil science, crop science, water remediation, microbiology, and biotechnology.
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