publication . Conference object . 2007

Commercial plant-probiotic microorganisms for sustainable organic tomato production systems

Bosco M.; G. Giovannetti; C. Picard; E. Baruffa; A. Brondolo; F. Sabbioni;
Open Access German
  • Published: 01 Jan 2007
  • Country: Italy
[Abstract]. Selected plant-probiotic microorganisms, produced by the company CCS Aosta at a commercial scale, are being tested in the Italian Padana plain in open field conditions for their ability to provide adequate crop nutrition and to ensure durable soil fertility for organic tomato production. In this three-years-long project the QLIF-WP333 research team will investigate the potential of soil probiotics management as a tool to improve the quality of tomato fruits and the sustainability of organic tomato production systems.
free text keywords: Food security, food quality and human health, Systems research and participatory research, Education, extension and communication, Soil biology, Technology transfer, Biodiversity and ecosystem services, PLANT-PROBIOTIC MICROORGANISMS, ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI, PLANT-GROWTH-PROMOTING-RHIZOBACTERIA, COMMERCIAL INOCULUM, ORGANIC TOMATO
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