Dr Ramsha Arshad, Dr Maira Yaqoob, Dr Marriyam Nadeem
Rhizosphere and non-rhizosphere soil analyses of Lahore horticultural fields and surrounding areas were collected for the disconnection of phosphate-solvent microorganisms. Analyses of soil treated with herbicides were also carried out. Soils treated with herbicides such as Pendimethalin, Trifluralin, Ijaza 13, Squadron were examined for phosphate solubilizers. Our current research was conducted at Jinnah Hospital, Lahore from October 2018 to September 2019. These soils did not contain many bacterial species that could solubilize phosphate. These species were predominantly from the family Bacillus and Pseudomonas. Among the parasites separated from these soils were types of Aspergillus and Penicillium. The amount of phosphate solubilizers in these treated soils was less than in untreated soils. Nevertheless, trifluralin-treated soils contained a moderate number of phosphates solubilizers. Of the 19 confines, 2 bacterial and 3 contagious companies indicating a relatively higher solubilization capacity on Petoskey agar screening and Petoskey soup containing TCP were selected for representation. Key words: Screening, Microorganisms, Phosphate Solubilization.