Análisis del crecimiento y nutrición de las plantas y semillas de frijol (Phaseolus vulgaris L.), inoculadas con BPCV
José Carlos Mendoza-Hernández, Lucero García Mora, Janette Arriola Morales, Maribel Castillo Morales, Juana Deisy Santamaría Juárez, Gabriela Pérez-Osorio

The search for alternatives to improve the quality of agricultural crops favors the trend of the use of biofertilizers, such as plant growth-promoting bacteria, which directly and indirectly favor plant growth and resistance to pests. In this work, the bacteria Serratia k120, Serratia Mc119, Pantoea 113 and Pantoea 133 were used, which increased seed germination and improved plant height, root length and, with respect to production, improved the number of seeds. per plant, in turn increased the nutritional quality in terms of protein and nutrients of Phaseolus vulgaris seeds, which establishes that these bacteria could be used as biofertilizers for these plants.

Full Text: PDF     DOI: 10.15640/jaes.v10n2a4