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Maize plot at DWSR Centre, MAU, Parbhani.

Fig. 5 (a): Placing of soil samples in the dessicator.

Fig. 5 (b): Fumigation process of soil samples in vacuum dessicator.

Fig. 5: Estimation of Microbial Biomass Carbon from Rhizospheric soil in Maize crop.

Fig. 1: Process of collection of representative soil samples and randomly selected five plants per plot for experimentation.

Fig. 6: Figure showing the significance of Azospirillum treatment in comparison with other treatments followed in Maize field.

Fig. 2: Estimation of total fungal and total bacterial count from rhizospheric soil in Maize.

Fig. 3 (a): Estimation of pH from rhizospheric soil of Maize.

Fig. 3 (b): Estimation of E.C. from rhizospheric soil of Maize.

Fig. 3: Estimation of effects of agrochemicals on static physicochemical properties of rhizospheric soil in Maize.

Fig. 4 (a): Estimation of organic carbon from rhizospheric soil of Maize.

Fig. 4 (b): Estimation of nitrogen mineralization from rhizospheric soil of Maize.

Fig. 4: Estimation of effect of agrochemicals on dynamic physicochemical properties of rhizospheric soil in Maize.

Fig. 7: The root from Azospirillum treated plot showing significant results as compared to other treatments.

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