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Manoj Kumar

Ved Prakash Giri

Shipra Pandey

Anmol Gupta

Manish Kumar Patel

Atal Bihari Bajpai

Sasha Jenkins

Kadambot H. M. Siddique

Vegetable cultivation is a promising economic activity, and vegetable consumption is important for human health due to the high nutritional content of vegetables. Vegetables are rich in vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, and several phytochemical compounds. However, the production of vegetables is insufficient to meet the demand of the ever-increasing population. Plant-growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) facilitate the growth and production of vegetable crops by acquiring nutrients, producing phytohormones, and protecting them from various detrimental effects. In this review, we highlight well-developed and cutting-edge findings focusing on the role of a PGPR-based bioinoculant formulation in enhancing vegetable crop production. We also discuss the role of PGPR in promoting vegetable crop growth and resisting the adverse effects arising from various abiotic (drought, salinity, heat, heavy metals) and biotic (fungi, bacteria, nematodes, and insect pests) stresses.

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Plant‐growth‐promoting rhizobacteria emerging as an effective bioinoculant to improve the growth, production and stress tolerance of vegetable crops

 

Manoj Kumar

Ved Prakash Giri

Shipra Pandey

Anmol Gupta

Manish Kumar Patel

Atal Bihari Bajpai

Sasha Jenkins

Kadambot H. M. Siddique

Plant‐growth‐promoting rhizobacteria emerging as an effective bioinoculant to improve the growth, production and stress tolerance of vegetable crops

Vegetable cultivation is a promising economic activity, and vegetable consumption is important for human health due to the high nutritional content of vegetables. Vegetables are rich in vitamins, minerals, dietary fiber, and several phytochemical compounds. However, the production of vegetables is insufficient to meet the demand of the ever-increasing population. Plant-growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) facilitate the growth and production of vegetable crops by acquiring nutrients, producing phytohormones, and protecting them from various detrimental effects. In this review, we highlight well-developed and cutting-edge findings focusing on the role of a PGPR-based bioinoculant formulation in enhancing vegetable crop production. We also discuss the role of PGPR in promoting vegetable crop growth and resisting the adverse effects arising from various abiotic (drought, salinity, heat, heavy metals) and biotic (fungi, bacteria, nematodes, and insect pests) stresses.

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