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Table 3 Effects of treatments on shoot dry weight (SDW) and root dry weight (RDW) of commons beans

From: Mixed rhizobia and Herbaspirillum seropedicae inoculations with humic acid-like substances improve water-stress recovery in common beans

Treatments CV Grafite-2012 CV-Bonus-2013
SDW (g plant−1) RDW (g plant−1) SDW (g plant−1) RDW (g plant−1)
CI WD CI WD CI WD CI WD
Control 2.20 Da 1.22 Cb 0.61 Da 0.39 Bb 9.70 Ca 7.71 Ca 2.19 Ca 1.48 Ca
R. tropici 2.61 Ca 1.55 Bb 0.71 Ca 0.60 Ab 13.03 Ba 9.27 BCb 4.57 Ba 3.14 Bb
R.tropici co-in 3.34 Ba 1.64 ABb 0.77 Ba 0.64 Ab 13.26 Ba 11.34 ABa 4.60 Ba 4.05 Ba
N-fertilizer 4.00 Aa 1.90 Ab 0.88 Aa 0.63 Ab 16.93 Aa 12.22 Ab 9.27 Aa 6.25 Ab
  1. Means (n = 4) from a same column followed by different capital letters and from same row followed by different letters are significantly different (p ≤ 0.05, LSD test)
  2. Common beans cultivars Grafite and Bonus grown in two different regimes of water (continuous irrigation at 24% of humidity CI; water deficit (WD) induced after flowering until 13% humidity)
  3. Treatments control: non-inoculated, R. tropici inoculated with Rhizobium tropici (‘BR322’, ‘BR520’, and ‘BR534’), R. tropici co-in co-inoculation with R. tropici and H. seropedicae (HRC54) and humic acids-like, N-fertilizer non-inoculated and with urea application