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Drought-quenching bacteria
NAU study finds drought-quenching bacteria protect plants from climate stress
April 4, 2017
10:28 am
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Christine
Near Meadview, between Lake Mead and Grand Canyon West (Skywalk)
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A very interesting article:

http://news.nau.edu/drought-re.....nt-2135576

... Led by NAU doctoral student Rachel Rubin, the researchers conducted a meta-analysis, reviewing more than 50 scientific studies from throughout the world. When plants in the studies were provided with growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR), a diverse group of organisms known for their root and rhizosphere colonizing ability, vegetable and grain yields increased 20 to 45 percent. The benefits of rhizobacteria were even greater in plants grown in a drought compared to their well-watered counterparts. ...

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