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                            PRODUCT LINE 4: High nitrogen fixing chickpea, common bean, faba bean and soybean
Background Issues and R4D Challenges
Objectives (2012-16)
Success Stories
1. Variability for nodulation in particular crop (s)
Induction of EMS Mutations in 1237 M3 lines derived from Ghab 5
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Influence of pink-pigmented facultative methylotrophic bacteria PPFMs and Rhizobium inoculation on BNF in Faba bean
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2. i.  Quality assessment & characterization     of inoculantsii. On-farm demonstration of potential     of SNF
2.1. Quality assessment of rhizobial              inoculants available in Indian market
pH of the rhizobial inoculants procured
Moisture content of rhizobial inoculants
Chickpea rhizobial inoculants quality assessment
Rhizobial quality assessment
Effect of rhizobia (IC 76) on yield traits: on-farm study
Effect of IC-76 on PGP traits of chickpea at 35 DAS: on-farm study
Formulation for rhizobia
Viability and longevity of rhizobia on five different formulations
On-farm demonstration of SNF
Demonstrations at farmers’ fields
Plant growth-promoting (PGP) rhizobia
Plant growth-promoting (PGP) rhizobia
Mechanism of PGP traits (IC-76) Indole acetic acid (IAA) production
Mechanism of PGP traits (IC-76 ):Siderophore production
Mechanism of PGP traits: Cellulase production
Mechanism of PGP traits (IC-76 ):β-1,3-glucanase production
Mechanism of PGP traits (IC-76) :Hydrocyanic acid (HCN)
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3. Influence of rhizobia, variety and P-fertilizer on grain yield in soybean and climbing beans
Response of promiscuous and specific soybean varieties to inoculation in Kenya
Effect of P-fertilizer and/or Inoculant on soybean grain yield (t ha-1) in Nigeria
Cumulative probability of soybean grain yield (t ha-1) in Nigeria
Cumulative probability of relative increase (%) in soybean grain yield compared to control in Nigeria
Soybean on problem soils in Zimbabwe
Effect of herbicides on rhizobium nodulation
Current and future suitability (left and right) of climbing beans
Grain Yield & Total Ndfa of promising climbing bean genotypes: Field evaluation at 2 locations in Colombia
4. Quantification of SNF by 15N natural abundance method
Quantification of SNF by 15N natural abundance method
Relationship between 15N natural abundance in shoot vs 15N natural abundance in grain to validate the use of grain method for breeding
Impact
Lessons Learned/Summary
Future areas for R4D
Contributing Bilateral Projects
Posters  displayed
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Leveraging legumes to combat poverty, hunger, malnutrition and environmental degradation

PRODUCT LINE 4:
High nitrogen fixing chickpea,
common bean, faba bean and
soybean

By Team PL 4

Date: 5th Oct 2016
http://grainlegumes.cgiar.org

Review Meeting
Grain Legumes Phase 1 & Extension Phase

http://grainlegumes.cgiar.org/

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Background Issues and R4D Challenges
 Rhizobial inoculants available in market are poor quality.
 Inoculants: No contaminants, rhizobia population (8x109

g) and longer shelf life.
 Regain confidence on the farmers: On-farm demos.
 Identify highly nodulating & N2 fixing rhizobia.
 Variability in particular crop for nodulation.
 SNF potential limited by abiotic stresses including low P.
 Standardize mass-multiplication & carrier that suits

rhizobia.
 Rhizobia as PGP: for P solubilization, Fe mobilization,

phyto-hormone production and biocontrol etc.

5th October 2016

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On-farm demonstration of SNF

• On-farm demo (35 farmers) done at Mahbubnagar
(Telangana), Raichur and Gulbarga (Karnataka), and
Ludhiana (Punjab)

• Rhizobia specific to chickpea, IC-76 (ICRISAT product)
was evaluated.

• Chickpea varieties : JG 11, PBG 5

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Demonstrations at farmers’ fields

Application of biofertilizer (cost @ US$ 1.5 ha-1) at farmer’s
field improved

Yield by 1.9 to 7.7% in Punjab.

13-21 % in Telangana and Karnataka.

Promotion of biofertilizer technology required to ensure
full benefits to resource poor farmers.

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Posters displayed
1. Assessment of inherent nodulation potential among chickpea

accessions belonging to minicore set. (K. Swarnalakshmi,
S. Gopalakrishnan, M. Singh, Sushil K Chaturvedi, Abhishek
Rathore, Vijay Pooniya, Hari D Upadhyaya and P S Basu).

1. Studies on influence of pink-pigmented facultative
methylotrophic bacteria PPFMs and Rhizobium inoculation on
BNF in Faba bean and Chickpea genotypes. By Fouad Maalouf,
Aladdin Hamwieh, H.A. Taleb and Rehab Abdul Rehman.

2. Assessment of chickpea Mesorhizobium symbiosis for biological
Nitrogen fixation and yield enhancement. By Poonam Sharma,
Ramesh Chandra, G. Kaur, S. Kaur, N. Pareek and Sarvjeet Singh.

3. Evaluation of genotypic variation in symbiotic nitrogen fixation
ability in climbing bean. By Norma Barbosa, Elizabeth P., Hector
Fabio Buendia, Bodo Raatz, Idupulapati Rao, Stephen Beebe.

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Leveraging legumes to combat poverty, hunger, malnutrition and environmental degradation

Thank you very much

Presented on behalf of Team PL 4

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