Use of lactic acid bacteria for plant protection
This special issue belongs to
|International Journal of Plant Biotechnology
Deadline for Manuscript Submission
|March 31st, 2022
Deadline for Publication
|April 15, 2022
Special Issue Description
An important category of probiotic organisms found in fermented foods, lactic acid bacteria (LAB), is widely regarded as safe. LAB eliminates dangerous pollutants, controls soil organic matter, and the biochemical cycle, and improves plant health. They are present in rotting plants, conventionally fermented milk products, and healthy gastrointestinal and vaginal flora in people. Investigating LAB found in uncharted niches may result in isolating rare organisms. Although they are adapted to situations with high sugar concentrations and acids, their classification is rather complicated. LAB strains support soil fertility and health, making them ideal choices for sustainable agriculture. As a result, they have drawn a lot of interest in terms of sustainable agriculture. LAB metabolites increase shoot and root growth as well as plant growth. used as fertilizers, Lactic acid bacteria, a significant group of probiotic organisms included in fermented foods, are generally recognized as safe.
LAB increases plant health, manages soil organic matter and the biochemical cycle, and eliminates harmful contaminants. They can be found in decomposing plants, traditionally fermented dairy products, and healthy vaginal and gastrointestinal bacteria in humans. LAB discovered in unexplored habitats may lead to the isolation of unusual organisms. They are adapted to environments with high levels of acids and sugars, although their classification is quite convoluted. The soil fertility and health that LAB strains promote make them excellent options for sustainable agriculture. They have therefore generated a great deal of interest in terms of sustainable agriculture. Shoot and root growth as well as plant growth are both accelerated by LAB metabolites. utilized as fertilizers
* Lactic acid bacteria
* Biochemical cycle
* Organic matter
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