Determination Of The Efficiency Of Some Plant Growth- Promoting Bacteria In Strawberry Growing Under Cover And Field Conditions Organically Single And Dual Applications On Plant Development And Good Production Parameters
With this study, in 2010 and 2011; bacteria species belonging to Pseudomonas fluorescens RC77, Bacillus pumilus RC23, Bacillus megaterium RC07, Bacillus subtilis RC521, Pantoea agglomerans, RCYE58, Burkholderia pyrrocinia RCYE64, Paenibacillus polymyxa RCYE283, Stenotrophomonas acidaminiphila RCYE47, which promotes some plant growth in greenhouse and field organic conditions, isolates were used. Frigo strawberry seedlings (Fern cv.) were used for 60 minutes before planting, for 60 minutes B. megaterium RC07, B. pumilus RC23, B. subtilis RC521, B. pyrrocinia RCYE64, P. polymyxa RCYE283, P. fluorescens RC77, S. acidaminiphila RCYE47 (single solution-7 pieces), (B. pumilus RC23 + P. agglomerans RCYE58, B. subtilis RC521 + S . acidaminiphila RCYE47, P. polymyxa RCYE283 + B. pyrrocinia RCYE64 ve P. fluorescens RC77 + B. megaterium RC07 (dual solution-4 pieces). At the end of the study, B. subtilis RC521 + S . acidaminiphila RCYE47 was obtained from application, while the highest fruit yield per plant was obtained from B. pumilus RC23 + P. agglomerans RCYE58 application with 99.68g.
The best average fruit weight was obtained from S. acidaminiphila RCYE47 application with 6.70 g, while the highest total fruit yield was obtained from B. pyrrocinia RCYE64 application with 1155 g. P. polymyxa RCYE283 application had the highest chemical content in the fruit (23.07%) and at the end of the 1st year (12.43%), while in terms of ascorbic acid content (84mg/100g) and at the end of the 1st year (1000ppm) it was found to be the highest. Obtained from Bacillus pumilus RC23 application.
In the study; It was determined that the bacterial applications provided an increase in the macro and micro nutrient content of the strawberry leaves under the cover and in the open field, and these increases were statistically significant.