Microbiota in the Rhizosphere of Cereal Crops

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Karpenko, V. P.
Poltoretskyi, S. P.
Liubych, V. V.
Adamenko, D. M.
Kravets, I. S.
Prytuliak, R. M.
Kravchenko, V. S.
Patyka, N.I.
Patyka, V. P.
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Microbiological Journal
Today, spelt wheat grain is used to produce high quality food. Intermediate wheatgrass is a promising crop for prairie restoration. One of the elements of biologization is the influence of growing crops on the microbiota of soil rhizosphere. The microbiota of spelt wheat and intermediate wheatgrass soil rhizosphere remains insufficiently studied. Aim. To study the number of individual groups of microbiota in dynamics in the rhizosphere of cereal crops (spelt wheat, intermediate wheatgrass) depending on the weather conditions and the phase of plants development. Methods. Classical microbiological, statistical methods were used in the work. In particular, the study of the number of microorganisms of different ecological and trophic groups (ammonifying, nitrifying, cellulolytic and nitrogen-fixing) was carried out according to generally accepted methods in soil microbiology. The reliability of the influence of factors was determined by the probability value «р» level which was calculated using STATISTICA 8 program. Results. The amount of ammonifying and cellulolytic microorganisms in the soil rhizosphere of spelt wheat is significantly higher compared to soft wheat. The rhizosphere microbiota amount of the intermediate wheatgrass on the 2–3 year of cultivation was more resistant to adverse environmental factors compared to soft wheat. The soil rhizosphere microbiota did not change a lot depending on the phase of plant development during the vegetation period of cereal crops (spelt wheat, intermediate wheatgrass). Conclusions. The formation of rhizosphere microbiota of spelt wheat and intermediate wheatgrass was first analyzed under the conditions of the Right-Bank forest-steppe of Ukraine. The conducted studies indicate the feasibility of growing and use of spelt wheat in breeding programs to create cultivars of soft wheat with higher activity of rhizosphere microbiota. The number of ammonifying, nitrifying and cellulolytic microorganisms of soil rhizosphere of intermediate wheatgrass was significantly higher compared to soft wheat during all growth stages. The conducted studies confirm the practical application of intermediate wheatgrass to preserve and increase soil fertility. Intermediate wheatgrass can be grown for up to three years in one field, as microbiological activity reaches its maximum development
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microbiota, ammonifying, nitrifying, cellulolytic microorganisms, Azotobacter, rhizosphere, soft wheat, spelt wheat, intermediate wheatgrass
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Karpenko V.P., Poltoretskyi S.P., Liubych V.V., Adamenko D.M., Kravets I.S., Prytuliak R.M., Kravchenko V.S., Patyka N.I., Patyka V.P. Microbiota in the Rhizosphere of Cereal Crops. Mikrobiol. Z. 2021; 83(1):21-31. Doi: https://doi.org/10.15407/microbiolj83.01.021.