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Potential Role of Arbuscular Mycorrizhal Fungi (AMF) and Vermicompost (VC) on the Maturation of Agriculture Crops - A Review

P.V. Sivakumar, K. Palanisamy,

Abstract: | Agriculture is the method of plant interaction with microorganisms. There is a growing need for an eco-friendly, eco-responsive system in agriculture that can provide adequate nutrients to the growing human population by improving the quality and quantity of agricultural manufacture. Plant Growth-Promoting Microorganisms (PGPMs) have the potential to inhibit the rhizosphere and are at the center of microbial inoculations to regulate risk of rooting. The decomposition of organic matter by earthworms by vermicompost (VC) is known as cheap and environmentally friendly process. It is a substantial provenance of essential nutrients, which bounce back the overall soil condition and stimulate the yield and development of plants that enhance the physical and chemical properties of the soil. . For this vindication the blear of this review is on the momentary of soil symbiotic fungi like Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi (AMF) and Vermicompost (VC), and their precious repercussions on plant maturation. An extensive outline of profuse details of the conservation process is of extraordinary consequence for crops maturation in cultivations.
Keywords: agriculture / Crops / Soil / microorganisms / AMF / Vermicompost / maturation / Eco / Arbuscular

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