Highlights •Urban biowastes compost can be used to improve soil structure and plant root growth. •Compost contains plant-stimulating bacteria prone to be active again upon delivery. •Compost-treated in vitro grapevine cuttings select endophytic communities. •Beneficial taxa can be rescued from non-culturability by plants themselves.

Characterization of bacterial communities isolated from municipal waste compost and screening of their plant-interactive phenotypes

Alessandra Tondello;Andrea Fasolo;Stefania Marcato;Laura Treu;Giuseppe Concheri;Andrea Squartini;Barbara Baldan
2022

Abstract

Highlights •Urban biowastes compost can be used to improve soil structure and plant root growth. •Compost contains plant-stimulating bacteria prone to be active again upon delivery. •Compost-treated in vitro grapevine cuttings select endophytic communities. •Beneficial taxa can be rescued from non-culturability by plants themselves.
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