By Harikesh Bahadur Singh, Birinchi Kumar Sarma, Chetan Keswani
The major concentration of this ebook is to survey the present prestige of analysis, improvement and use of agriculturally vital microorganisms in Asian nations and improve a technique for addressing serious matters a variety of coverage constraints as a result of which bio-pesticides have came upon constrained functions.
during this ebook the editors have attempted to advance a consensus on problems with similar to caliber necessities, quality controls, regulatory administration, commercialization and advertising and marketing of agriculturally vital microorganisms in Asian international locations. these kind of matters are mentioned at nationwide point by means of useful gurus of Asian international locations together with India, China, Malaysia, Iran, Taiwan, Israel, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and Philippines.
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2014). Although some organic wastes can perform equally well or better than peat as a carrier, the main limitation is the availability of sufficient raw material for an industry. Compost made from cork, bagasse, sawdust, brewery waste, or banana leaves can sustain a small, local inoculant industry where the materials are available. They cannot form the base for a large industry, especially when the raw material batch is variable. 4 Inorganic and Partly Organic Inoculants Inorganic inoculants can be made from natural inorganic materials, natural polymers, or synthetic materials.
Because the carrier is a major ingredient of the inoculant production, when varied, established quality control process of such inoculants cannot be adjusted for every batch of raw material during industrial production of an inoculant. (2) Manufacturing qualities: Inoculants must be easily manufactured and mixed by the microbial fermentation industry. It should allow addition of nutrients, have an easily adjustable pH, and be made of a reasonably low-priced raw material with adequate supply and availability.
Microorganisms have been the source of some highly active biomolecules of significant commercial importance, and, due to their chemical complexity, biological fermentation processes remain the best means of production (Warrior 2000). Several natural products from microbes, such as harpin proteins, have found commercial applications in improving crop health (Copping and Duke 2007). Lipochitooligosaccharides are nodulation factors secreted by rhizobia that induce nodules on the roots of legumes (Truchet et al.
Agriculturally Important Microorganisms: Commercialization and Regulatory Requirements in Asia by Harikesh Bahadur Singh, Birinchi Kumar Sarma, Chetan Keswani