Study on the impact of pseudomonas fluorescence and organic matter for the growth of capsicum annum as a potential biofertilizer

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Harsha Sharma
Kalpana Sharma


There are hundreds of species of hazardous pests and disease-causing micro-organisms in the area of agricultural ecosystems, but there are also hundreds of species of helpful companions of farming insects and useful microorganisms including fungal, bacterial, and viral organisms. These clever crop pests are fed by pathogenic bacteria and, like a quiet soldier, perform a crucial role in pest control. Which can be put to good use in pest control and has the potential to be a well-rounded, long-lasting, and inexpensive tool for doing so. When microorganisms are used to suppress pest populations, the process is known as microbial control. Finding and breeding more of a pest's natural enemies could improve their efficacy in biological management, therefore it's important to keep an eye out for them. An innovative method of biological management, this strategy makes use of naturally occurring microorganisms that are spread by the targeted pests. Which is accessible from people who are competent in marking and is also extremely easy to get at, basically, we are able to tackle this issue in such a way that it may be fixed. To disseminate the word about the benefits of organic farming, the researchers must maintain their emphasis on the phrase "organic" and actively participate in outreach programs.

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Harsha Sharma

Research Scholar, Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Science, Motherhood University, Roorkee, India

Kalpana Sharma

Research Scholar, Professor, Department of Microbiology, Faculty of Science, Motherhood University, Roorkee, India