International Scholarly Research Notices / 2012 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Bacterial and Yeast Endophytes from Poplar and Willow Promote Growth in Crop Plants and Grasses

Table 4

Nitrogen regime.

Crop Nitrogen inputs

Tomato-Chocolate CherryGroup 1—no nitrogen soil
for 6 weeks, then fed 2.61 g of N/kg soil for 2.5 months.
Inoculated-3 plants
Uninoculated-3 plants
Group 2—low nitrogen—4 months in
no nitrogen soil receiving 11 g of N/kg soil.
Inoculated-3 plants
Uninoculated-3 plants

Tomato-GlacierGroup 1—no nitrogen soil for 6 weeks, then fed 2.61 g of N/kg soil for 2.5 m.
Inoculated-3 plants
Uninoculated-3 plants
Group 2—low nitrogen—4 months in no nitrogen soil receiving 11 g of N/kg soil.
Inoculated-3 plants
Uninoculated-3 plants

Pepper-Lady BellGroup 1—no nitrogen for 4 weeks then fed 2.1 g N/kg soil for 2.5 months.
Inoculated-3 plants
Uninoculated-3 plants
Group 2—low nitrogen—4 months in no nitrogen soil receiving 6 g N/kg soil
Inoculated-3 plants
Uninoculated-3 plants

Grass-perennial rye grassGroup 1—no nitrogenGroup 2—1/5 nitrogen-0.24 g N/kg soilGroup 3—full nitrogen—1.2 g N/kg soil