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Organic breeding should select for plant genotypes able to efficiently exploit indigenous Probiotic Rhizobacteria

Bosco, M.; Baruffa, E. and Picard, C. (2006) Organic breeding should select for plant genotypes able to efficiently exploit indigenous Probiotic Rhizobacteria. In: Andreasen, C. Bo; Elsgaard, L.; Sondegaard Sorensen, L. and Hansen, G. (Eds.) Organic Farming and European Rural Development - Proceedings of the European Joint Organic Congress, DARCOF, pp. 376-377.

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In order to rapidly achieve crop varieties adapted to organic crop production systems, it is of crucial importance to know plant genotype potential for positive interactions with soil indigenous microflora. In this frame, European research efforts are now considering beneficial non-symbiotic (probiotic) rhizobacteria as an essential factor for sustainable plant breeding. Published findings are beginning to elucidate how probiotic rhizobacteria contribute to plant nutrient assimilation and disease resistance. Future efforts for crop breeding in organic agriculture should take into the right account the capacity of plants to efficiently exploit indigenous probiotic rhizobacteria in low-input cultural conditions.


EPrint Type:Conference paper, poster, etc.
Type of presentation:Paper
Keywords:organic breeding, probiotic rhizobacteria, varieties-rhizobateria interactions,
Subjects: Crop husbandry > Crop health, quality, protection
Crop husbandry > Breeding, genetics and propagation
Soil > Soil quality > Soil biology
Research affiliation: Italy
Italy > Univ. Bologna
International Conferences > 2006: Joint Organic Congress > Theme 6: Plant breeding and seed production
Deposited By: Bosco, Prof Marco
ID Code:8645
Deposited On:08 Jun 2006
Last Modified:12 Apr 2010 07:33
Document Language:English
Status:Published
Refereed:Not peer-reviewed
Additional Publishing Information:ISBN 87-991343-3-0

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