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Survival and establishment of exotic plant species in saline areas of Indian Thar Desert by application of mycorrhizal technology

Mycorrhizal technology was applied for reclamation of saline wasteland of Indian Thar Desert. For this purpose an exotic tree species Acacia colie an endemic legume of Australia was selected. Studies revealed increased biomass production and nutrient uptake of Acacia collie by native AM fungi. Different AM fungi showed their variation towards response to this tree species. However, AM fungi resulted in survival and establishment of this exotic species in saline areas of Indian Thar Desert.

Author(s): Anil Vyas and Nishi Mathur*

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