Natural acidifier application with effects on soil microbial activity in Swiss chard, Tuscany black cabbage and Tetragonia tetragonioides cultivation

Domenico Prisa Researcher, CREA Council for Agricultural Research and Economics DOI: https://doi.org/10.36713/epra10401 Abstract Research goal: This research aimed to evaluate the effects of a natural product with acidifying activity on seed germination and growth of Swiss chard (Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris), Tuscany black cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. acephala) and Tetragonia tetragonioides plants and whether there were … Continua a leggere Natural acidifier application with effects on soil microbial activity in Swiss chard, Tuscany black cabbage and Tetragonia tetragonioides cultivation

Soil microbiota and Its plant interactions

Author: Domenico Prisa Category: Healthcare [Download PDF] Abstract: Microbial biodiversity comprises microorganisms belonging to all kingdoms: from prokaryotes (archaea and bacteria) to eukaryotes (fungi, microalgae, molds, yeasts and protists). Microorganisms make up a large part of the earth’s biomass, are extraordinarily diverse and are widespread in all habitats. More than two-thirds of the total biodiversity consists of … Continua a leggere Soil microbiota and Its plant interactions

BENEFICIAL INTERACTION BETWEEN ALGAE AND RHIZOBACTERIA IN THE CULTIVATION AND DEFENSE OF POTTED SUCCULENT PLANTS

Autore: Domenico Prisa Researcher, CREA Council for Agricultural Research and Economics Vol. 10 Issue. 3 (March-2022) EPRA International Journal of Agriculture and Rural Economic Research (ARER) Link: https://doi.org/10.36713/epra9694 Abstract Research goal: The aim of this research was therefore to evaluate whether there are interactions in the growing medium in the simultaneous use of algae and … Continua a leggere BENEFICIAL INTERACTION BETWEEN ALGAE AND RHIZOBACTERIA IN THE CULTIVATION AND DEFENSE OF POTTED SUCCULENT PLANTS

Invitation to publish in Plant-Soil Interactions topic (MDPI)

Dear Colleagues, Plants represent the main component of terrestrial ecosystems, as primary producers, where they play a central role in determining ecological structure and function. Plants largely depend on the availability of soil, which not only provides a physical environment for their establishment, but also a necessary source of organic matter, mineral nutrients, and water. … Continua a leggere Invitation to publish in Plant-Soil Interactions topic (MDPI)

Article: Improving Quality of Crocus Sativus Through the Use of Bacillus Subtilis

Abstract In this study the ability of B.subtilis to improve the quality of C.sativus cultivation was evaluated. Various scientific studies demonstrate the medicinal properties of its constituents, making it one of the most expensive agricultural products in the world. The presence of microorganisms in the soil promotes the growth of plants, thanks to this capacity, … Continua a leggere Article: Improving Quality of Crocus Sativus Through the Use of Bacillus Subtilis

Article: Optimised fertilisation with zeolitites containing Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) in Ranunculus asiaticus

Prisa Domenico * CREA Research Centre for Vegetable and Ornamental Crops, Council for Agricultural Research and Economics, Via dei Fiori 8, 51012 Pescia, PT, Italy. Research Article GSC Biological and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2020, 010(01), 096-102. Article DOI: 10.30574/gscbps.2020.10.1.0011 DOI url: https://doi.org/10.30574/gscbps.2020.10.1.0011 Publication history: Received on 14 January 2020; revised on 20 January 2020; accepted on 22 January 2020 Abstract: … Continua a leggere Article: Optimised fertilisation with zeolitites containing Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) in Ranunculus asiaticus

ITALIAN CHABAZITIC-ZEOLITITE AND EFFECTIVE MICROORGANISM SFOR THE QUALITATIVE IMPROVEMENT OF OLIVE TREES

AbstrAct:D. Prisa, Italian chabazitic-zeolitite and Effective Microorganisms for the qualitative improvement of olive trees. Natural Zeolites are a mineral family composed by 54 different species chemically defined as “hydrated allumino-silicates of alkaline and alkaline earth elements” and structurally belonging to the tectosilicates. Due to their crystal chemistry, zeolites show physical-chemical peculiarities such as high and … Continua a leggere ITALIAN CHABAZITIC-ZEOLITITE AND EFFECTIVE MICROORGANISM SFOR THE QUALITATIVE IMPROVEMENT OF OLIVE TREES

Improvement Quality and Content of Pepper and Chilli Nitrates Influenced by the Effective Microorganisms

Abstract EM microorganisms are able to increase the soil microfauna, leading to an improvement in field production. Photosynthetic bacteria, contained in Em microorganisms, can in fact, in synergy with other microorganisms, improve the absorption of nutrients from the soil and reduce the incidence of disease. The objective of this trial was to evaluate the influence … Continua a leggere Improvement Quality and Content of Pepper and Chilli Nitrates Influenced by the Effective Microorganisms

IMPROVEMENT QUALITY OF AUBERGINE PLANTS WITH EFFECTIVE MICROORGANISMS

The aim of the study was to investigate how effective microorganisms (EM) affect the quality and growth of aubergine plants. An experiment was carried out with 2 treatments: 1. soil inoculated with EM microorganisms; 2. soil without EM microorganisms (control). Plants treated with the microorganisms Em were significantly higher and showed a larger stem diameter. … Continua a leggere IMPROVEMENT QUALITY OF AUBERGINE PLANTS WITH EFFECTIVE MICROORGANISMS

Book: Symbiotic and antagonistic microorganisms in ornamental plants – Domenico Prisa

Some strains establish robust and long-lasting colonization of roots by entering into the first epidermal layers. Root colonization frequently results in enhancing of growth and development, crop productivity or induction of resistance to abiotic and biotic factors. The association (interaction) microorganism/plant represents, especially for the first ones, an optimal system to satisfy its needs in … Continua a leggere Book: Symbiotic and antagonistic microorganisms in ornamental plants – Domenico Prisa