International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Engineering
ISSN(Online): 2249 - 071X, www.ijecce.org, Submissions open
Review on: Response of Legume Crops to Rhizobium Inoculation and Inorganic Fertilizers (N, P, K and S) Application in Ethiopia
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- Inorganic Ferlilizer, Legume Crops, N Fixation Rhizobium, Soil Fertility
- Daniel Keskse Bahru
- Legume crops are one of the most important crops grown in highland areas of the world. In Ethiopia legume crops are major crop next to cereals. However, the yield of the crop is low mainly due to using low yielding local variety and poor soil fertility management practices. Soil fertility deficency is the main constraints factor affecting the prodution and productivity of Pulses crops both in terms of quality and quantity. Soil fertility deficency management is majoir concern in pulse crops production region which overview response of Pulse crops to Rhizobium Inoculation and fertilizer application to management of soil fertility and production need tackle from abiotic factors pulse crops is the major soil fertility decline is limited pulse crops productivities in highland areas of Ethiopia. Similarly, traditional way of crop production system and poor soil management system was cause low soil fertility, low production and yield losse. Consequently, some soil fertility management researchers have focused their effort on developing alternative way of soil defiecency controlling ways such as Rhizobiaum inoculation, synthetic fertilizer application, compost application, crop rotetion and use of good nitrogen fixer varaties. Those management methods are improved soil fertility and increased pulse crop production. These different management methods can achieve the objective of response of legume crops to rhizobiaum inoculation and inorganic fertilizer to improve soil fertility. These response of pulse crops require further a greater understanding interaction of rhizobiaum interaction with soil nutirents and pulse crop.