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Volume 17, 2020International Scientific-Practical Conference “Agriculture and Food Security: Technology, Innovation, Markets, Human Resources” (FIES 2019)
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|Published online||28 February 2020|
The effect of bacterial preparations on the growth, development and quality indicators of sugar beet yield
Kazan State Agrarian University, Kazan 420015, Russia
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Experimental samples of biological products based on endophytic microorganism strains were tested on sugar beet root plants. The studies were carried out at ZAI Agrofirm LLC, Zay District, the Republic of Tatarstan. The most effective preparations applied at the early stages (3–4 leaf phase) were RECB – 31 B (1.5 l/ha), RECB – 74 B (1.5 l/ha), RECB – 74 B (1.5 l/ha), RECB – 44 B (2.0 l/ha), RECB – 50 B (2.0 l/ha), and RECB – 74 B (2.0 l/ha). Biological preparations applied in the row closing leaf phase have an advantage over chemical preparations when applying RECB – 14 B (1.5 l/ha), RECB – 31 B (1.5 l/ha), RECB – 74 B (1.5 l/ha), RECB – 74 B (2.0 l/ha). At the late vegetation stages, experimental preparations increased the yield. A significant increase was observed when applying RECB – 95 B (1.5 l/ha).
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