Mikrobiol. Z. 2019; 81(5):48-61. Ukrainian.
doi: https://doi.org/10.15407/microbiolj81.05.048

Microbiota of Soil of Soybean Rhizosphere under the Use of Rhizoactive and Herbicides

Karpenko V.P.1, Zabolotnyi О.I.1, Prytuliak R.N.1, Golodriha O.V.1,
Leontyuk I.B.1, Novikova T.P.1, Patyka V.Ph.2

1Uman National University of Horticulture
1 Institutska Str., Uman , 20305, Ukraine

2Zabolotny Institute of Microbiology and Virology, NAS of Ukraine
154 Akad. Zabolotny Str., Kyiv, 03143, Ukraine

Aim. Investigate the microbiotа of soil of soybean rhizosphere and its symbiotic apparatus under the using pre-sowing treatment apparatus seeds by microbial preparation of Rhizoactive (Bradyrhizobium japonicum M-8) and pre-emergent herbicides Gesagard 500 FW, suspension concentrate, Primextra TZ Gold 500 SK, suspension concentrate and Kratos, еmulsion сoncentrate. Methods. For inoculation of soybean seeds, a bacterial suspension of Rhizoactive (the titer of bacterial bacteria viable cells Bradyrhizobium japonicum M-8, in 1 ml of preparation 4x109) was used at a rate of 2.0 l/t. For weed control we introduced the soil herbicides Gesagard 500 FW (promethrin, 500 g/l) in the norms of 3.0; 4.0 and 5.0 l/ha; the Primextra TZ Gold 500 SK (S-metolachlor, 312.5 g/l + terbutalazine, 187.5 g/l) in the norms 4.0; 4.25 and 4.5 l/ha and Kratos (acetochlor, 900 g/l) in the norms of 2.0; 2.5 and 3.0 liters per hectare. The study of number of microbiota in soybean rhizosphere and its symbiotic apparatus was carried out in accordance with generally accepted methods in soil microbiology. Results. It has been established that inoculation of soybean seed material with Rhizoactive and application of herbicides Gesagard 500 FW, Primextra TZ Gold 500 SK and Kratos affects both the formation of the symbiotic apparatus of soybean, and the number of microorganisms in its rhizosphere. There was a tendency to some decrease in the total number of rhizospheric microorganisms, using as a source of nutrition predominantly organic forms of nitrogen and number of microorganisms of separate ecological trophic groups with an increase in the norms of herbicide application, which was leveled in comparison with the indicators in the control. Conclusions. The inoculation of soybean seeds with the microbial preparation of Rhizoactive and the use of soil herbicides to control weeds contributes to a more active control (without the use of herbicides and microbial preparation) over the formation of a symbiotic apparatus of soybean and the development of certain groups of microorganisms in its rhizosphere. The comparison of different backgrounds of application of herbicides showed that the most optimal effect on the formation of symbiotic apparatus and the total number of microorganisms and their individual ecological trophic groups in the rhizosphere of soybean was the application of the herbicide of the Primextra TZ Gold 500 SK in norms 4.0–4.5 l/ha. Some suppression to the development of individual groups of microbiota, including the nodule bacteria Bradyrhizobium japonicum, was the application of the Kratos in norms 2.0–3.0 l/ha.

Keywords: microbiological activity, soybean, inoculation, symbiosis, rhizosphere, the nodule bacteria, microbiota, Rhizoactive, herbicides.

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