Botir Khaitov –
Dr. Botir Khaitov has PhD degree in Agricultural science with a focus on field crops, crop rotation, biotechnology, soil management and their role to reduce soil salinity and improve crop productivity in arid regions. He has more than 15 years of international academic and research experiences. He previously worked with several institutions such as Chungnam National University, South Korea (2018-19); Ohio State University, USA (2005; 2016-2017); South China Agricultural University, China (2009-2010); and University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Austria (2012-2014), while gaining modern knowledge in plant science together with excellent interpersonal, communication, computer and internet research skills; and significant event coordination experiences.
He also conducted research projects supported by the Islamic Development Bank, Eurasia Pacific Uninet, World Bank and EuroUnion donors.
His latest research interests lie in crop production in salt- and drought-affected regions, beneficial microorganisms, plant nutrition and physiology. Since 2002 he has conducted numerous experiments on improving agrotechnology and adaptability of different crops in diverse environments.
He has published more than 50 articles in peer-reviewed top agricultural journals of the world. Therefore, he was invited as a professional reviewer by many journals.
My research activities dedicated on advanced practical and theoretical investigations in agricultural biotechnology in closely connections with plant sciences, soil fertility, carbon sequestration and food security issues. I have performed the researches related on soil and plant amendments for abiotic- & biocontrol services. I have accomplished several agricultural sciences training courses at the advanced research centers universities of USA, China, Korea and European countries.
2020-2021. Project supported by International Bank for Reconstruction and Development Short-term consultancy
Technical Assistance on Horticulture Technology in Uzbekistan
Organization and management of demonstration plots for fruits and vegetable production, storage and post-harvest handling and organization of seminars on these subjects.
Supporting training programs organized by the research institutes on crop production, crop protection, storage and PPH of fruits and vegetables and development of training materials.
2015-2018. Project supported by Islamic Development Bank
Group Leader/Senior Researcher
Cross-regional Partnerships for improving Food and Nutritional Security in Marginal Environments of Central Asia
The proposed project aimed at introducing quinoa from the Andean region as an alternative crop in salt-affected areas in selected countries of the Central Asia. The project relied on cross-regional collaboration that would bring together partners from the Andean region – which is the home of quinoa – and three Central Asian countries namely: Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan; with the expectation to sustain agricultural production amidst growing threat of salinity.
2013-2014. Project supported by EURASIA-PACIFIC UNINET (Austria).
Plant mediated interactions between the root symbionts rhizobia and mycorrhizal fungi and aboveground living predatory mites
Most leguminous plants live in mutual symbiosis with root-nodulating bacteria, rhizobia. In addition, the roots may harbor another, usually beneficial, symbiont, i.e. arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF). An association with both AMF and rhizobia mostly appears to act synergistically on the plant. The project aimed at gaining a better understanding of the interactions between beneficial plant-associated below- and aboveground organisms. Such knowledge are important for enhancing the adoption of modern biological pest management strategies and plant strengthening methods and may thus contribute to a decrease in the use of agrochemicals. This may positively affect cropping methods, plant health, plant productivity, and reduce environmental hazards.
World bank grant (IFAR Wilfried Thalwitz Scholarship) in collaboration ICARDA Regional office in Tashkent for Central Asia and Caucasus.
Identifying genetic variation and effective plant-microbe association for salt tolerance in chickpea
Soil salinity is a major abiotic constraint to successful crop production in Central Asia including Uzbekistan. It limits the area under of cereals and food legumes cultivation, hence affects food security. There are evidences that certain strains of bacteria in the root nodules of leguminous crops can help tolerate toxic levels of salinity. This project proposal aimed at better understand the diversity of nodule and rhizobacteria association in chickpea in saline soils and their interactions and role in soil productivity and crop performance. Improved chickpea germplasm from ICARDA as well as local varieties from Central Asia were tested for their salinity tolerance. Bacterial strains from root nodules of the tolerant germplasm were isolated and characterized for their levels of salinity tolerance. Bacterial strains which showed salinity tolerance were multiplied and used as seed inoculants, and tested for their effect on chickpea performance under saline condition.
Project supported by Centre of scientific production under Ministry of Agriculture and Water Recourses:
Selection tolerant and high yield of groundnut variety in condition of Uzbekistan and recommendation the best varieties to farmers.
Through working at this project, different variety of groundnuts have been brought from Asian countries and tested soil salination condition of Sirdarya region, Uzbekistan. We selected the best genotypes of groundnuts which are tolerant in harsh climatic and soil salinity conditions of Uzbekistan. During scientific-practical exhibitions these tolerant genotypes of groundnut were introduced to farmers and recommended as the best variety with high yield and tolerance to different soil-climatic conditions.
2005-2008 Project supported by EU-INTAS-6969
Microbial plant growth stimulation and control of plant fungal diseases for sustainable production of healthy food, focused on Uzbekistan.
Objectives of this project were: control diseases of different fruit and vegetables in both open and greenhouse conditions, also, improve tolerance of plants to pest and diseases, to produce healthy and high quality yield. In this project main activity was carried out in soil salinity conditions of Djizzakh and Samarkand regions to produce ecologically healthy food like tomato, cucumber, paprika and other vegetables. Our scientific group created new biofertilizers to promote plant growth by absorbing more water and nutrients from the soil.
- Project supported by NATO, Collaborative Linkage Grant
Evaluation of bacterial fertilizers for improving plant health and producing safer food under salinated soil condition.
I worked in this project as a researcher, one of the main problems in agriculture of Uzbekistan is soil salinity and it is becoming more serious problem in every passing years. It is very important to produce healthy food in order to maintain food security program. One of the best ways to produce healthy food is to use biological fertilizers for crops in this harsh condition. At experimental station of Agrarian University, the project experiments were carried out how to grow tomato, cucumber, pumpkin and other plants in trellis frame both open and greenhouse conditions.
- Ravshanov, B., Namozov, F., Kurbonov, A., Abdalova, G., Karimov, A., Khaitov, B., & Park, K. W. (2022). Integrative effect of nitrogen fertilization and biotreatments on rice growth and yield potential under open-field agriculture. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 1-11. (IP 1.35).
- Namozov F., Islamov S., Atabaev M., Allanov K., Karimov A., Khaitov B., & Park K. W. (2022). Agronomic Performance of Soybean with Bradyrhizobium Inoculation in Double-Cropped Farming. Agriculture, 12(6), 855. (IP 3.5).
- El-Gioushy S., Dobiea I., Khaitov B., Karimov A., Zewail R. Physiological behavior of olive (Olea europaea L.) varieties under different foliage nutrition and irrigation regimes in the hyper-arid zone. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 2021, 10(42), 23-31. (IP 1.5).
- Bo Bo, W.Q.Jia, T.Hien Le,· O.J.Won, B.Khaitov, K.M.Cho, I. K. Park, K.W.Park. Mechanisms of glyphosate‑resistant horseweed (Conyza canadensis) collected from tangerine orchards in Korea. Horticulture, Environment, and Biotechnology 2021. (IP 2.4).
- Khaitov, S. Teshaev, A. Karimov, A. Mukhammadiev, F. Teshaev, R. Yuldasheva, G. Abdalova and A. Abdumajitov. Agronomic performance of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) under the influence of UVA radiation. Res. on Crops 2021, 22 (4) : 986-993. (IP 1.6).
- Khaitov B., Urmonova M., Karimov A., Sulaymanov B., Allanov K., Israilov I., Sottorov O. Licorice (Glycyrrhiza glabra)—Growth and Phytochemical Compound Secretion
in Degraded Lands under Drought Stress. Sustainability 2021, 13, 2923. (IP 2.6).
- Hye Jin Kim, Aung B. Bo, Jae Deok Kim, Young Sook Kim, Botir Khaitov, Young-Kwan Ko, Kwang Min Cho, Kyoung-Soo Jang, Kee Woong Park,* and Jung-Sup Choi*. 2020. Herbicidal Characteristics and Structural Identification of the Potential Active Compounds from Streptomyces sp. KRA17-580. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 68: 15373−15380. (IP 2.9).
- Toderich, A. Mamadrahimov, B.Khaitov, A. Karimov, S. Rao, E.Shuyskaya. 2020. Differential impact of salinity stress on seeds minerals, storage proteins, fatty acids and squalene composition of new Quinoa genotype, grown in hyper arid desert environments. Frontiers in Plant Science. 11, 607102. (IP 4.4).
- Khaitov B., A. Karimov, K. Toderich, Z. Sultanova, Kh. Allanov, S.Islamov. 2020. Adaptation, grain yield and nutritional characteristics of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) genotypes in marginal environments of the Aral Sea basin. Plant Nutrition (IP 1.35).
- Umurzokov M., Bo B. A., Ruziev F., Jia W. Q., Le T.H., Cho M. K., Khaitov B., Park K. W. Pollen-mediated exclusive gene flow from transgenic crops. International Journal of Pest Management. (IP 1.9) org/10.1080/09670874.2020.1748747
- Khaitov B., Karimov A., Abdiev A., Jabborov F., Park K.W. 2020. Beneficial effect of Rhizobium inoculation on growth and yield of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) in saline soils. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science, 26 (No 1) 2020, 96–104. (IP 0.54)
- Reda Zewail, Ibraxim El-Gmal, Botir Khaitov, Heba Said El Desouky. Micronutrients through foliar application enhance growth, yield and quality of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L). Journal of Plant Nutrition. 43(15): 2275–2285(IP 1.35)
- Wei Qiang Jia, Ok Jae Won, Botir Khaitov, Jeongran Lee and Kee Woong Park. 2020. Distribution and genetic diversity of Echinochloa oryzicola resistant to ALS and ACCase inhibitors in Korea. International Journal of Pest Management. (IP 1.9)
- Khaitov B., Vollmann J., PyonY., and Park K.W. 2020. Improvement of salt tolerance and growth in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) by co-inoculation of native Rhizobium strains. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology. Vol. 22(1): 209-220. (IP 1.09)
- Kholik Allanov, Akmal Shamsiev, Normat Durdiev, Mirzoolim Avliyakulov, Aziz Karimov, Botir Khaitov. 2020. Improving nutrition and water use efficiencies of pima cotton (Gossypium barbadense L.) varieties under arid conditions of Uzbekistan. Journal of Plant Nutrition 43(2). (IP 1.35).
- Khaitov B, Umurzokov M, Cho K-M, Lee Y-J, Park KW, Sung JK. 2019. Importance and production of chilli pepper; heat tolerance and efficient nutrient use under climate change conditions. Korean Journal of Agricultural Science. 46:769-779.
- Aung B. Bo, Jae D. Kim, Young S. Kim, Hun T. Sin, Hye J. Kim, Botir Khaitov, Young K. Ko, Kee W. Park and Jung S. Choi. 2019. Isolation, identification and characterization of Streptomyces metabolites as a potential bioherbicide. PLOS ONE. https://10.1371/journal.pone.0222933. (IP 2.74)
- Botir Khaitov, Hye Jin Yun, Yejin Lee, Farrukh Ruziev, Thi Hien Le, Mirjalol Umurzokov, Aung Bo Bo, Kwang Min Cho and Kee Woong Park. 2019. Impact of Organic Manure on Growth, Nutrient Content and Yield of Chilli Pepper under Various Temperature Environments. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 16, 3031. doi:10.3390/ijerph16173031 (IP 2.5).
- Allanov, Kh. Sheraliev, Ch. Ulugov, Sh. Axmurzayev, O. Sottorov, B. Khaitov, K. W. Park. 2019. Integrated effects of mulching treatment and nitrogen fertilization on cotton performance under dryland agriculture. Communication in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 50: 15, 1907 – 1918. (IP 1.7)
- A. B. Bo, I. H. Jeong, O.J. Won, W.Q. Jia, H. J. Yun, B. Khaitov, T. Hien Le, M. Umurzokov, F. Ruziev, M. J. Lim, K. M. Cho, K. W. Park, J. J. Lee. Current status and agronomic aspects of herbicide resistance in Korea. Korean Journal of Agricultural Science. 46(2), 405-416. https://doi.org/10.7744/kjoas.2019002
- Khaitov B., Allanov Kh., R.Islam, and Park K.W. 2019. Bio-inoculant improves nitrogen-use efficiency and cotton yield in saline soil. Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science. 182, 393–400. DOI:10.1002/jpln.201800063 (IP 2.2)
- Sayed A.H., Zewail R., Hala , Ghazal El-Alal F., Khaitov B., and Park K.W. 2019. Promotion of growth, yield and fiber quality attributes of egyptian cotton by Bacillus strains in combination with mineral fertilizers. Journal Plant Nutrition. 42(18), pp.2337-2348. (IP 0.9)
- Abdiev A., Khaitov B., K.Toderich, and Park K.W. 2019. Growth, nutrient uptake and yield parameters of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) enhance by Rhizobium and Azotobacter inoculations in saline soil. Journal Plant Nutrition. (IP 1.35)
- Umurzokov M, Jeong IH, Ruziev F, Bo BA, Jia WQ, Hien LTh, Khaitov B, Min CK, Kim Y, Yi H, Cho J-W, Sohn S-I, Park KW. 2019. Alternative Herbicides to Manage Unintentionally Released Transgenic Canola. Weed and turfgrass science. 8(2):123-130.
- Bir Md., Hien L. T., Won O. J., Bo Bo A., Ruziev F., Umurzokov M., Jia W.Q., Yun H.J., Khaitov B., and Park K. W. 2018. Growth Response of Weed Species in a Paddy Field under Elevated Temperatures. Weed and turfgrass science. 7 (4): 321-329.
- Khaitov 2018. Effects of Rhizobium inoculation and magnesium application on growth and
nodulation of soybean (Glycine max L.) Journal Plant Nutrition 41(16):2057-2068. (IP 1.35)
- Khaitov B., Abdiev 2018. Performance of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) to bio-fertilizer and nitrogen application in arid condition. Journal Plant Nutrition 41(15):1980-1987. (IP 1.35)
- Khaitov B. Effect of synergetic interactions of Arbuscula Micorrhiza Fungi and Rhizobia on soybean yield under saline condition. Journal Plant Physiology and Genetics.
Vol. 6(3–4), pp. 176–185.
- Khaitov B. Salinity tolerance of chickpea genotypes (Cicer arietinum L.) and symbiotic performance in arid saline environment. Legume Genomics and Genetics, Vol.7, No.10, 1-12.
- Pulatov A., Amanturdiev S., Nazarov K., Adilov M., Khaitov B. Effect of biofertilizers on growth and yield of cotton in different soil conditions. Cotton Genomics and Genetics, Vol.7, No.1, 1-7.
- Teshaev F, Raxmatov I, Allanazarov C, Abduraxmonov U, Khaitov B. 2016. Efficiency of new defoliants in the cotton production. International Journal of Applied Agricultural Research. ISSN 0973-2683 Volume 11, Number 1 pp. 65-69.
- Khaitov B., Kurbonov A., Abdiev A., Adilov M. 2016. Effect of chickpea in association with Rhizobium to crop productivity and soil fertility. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science (EJSS). 5(2):105-112.
- Namazov F. B., Khalikov B.M., Khaitov B.B. The Impact Of Short Crop Rotation And Residues On Soil Fertility And Cotton Yield Under Arid Condition. International Journal of Applied Agricultural Research. 10:2, 109-113.
- Botir Khaitov, José. David Patiño Ruiz, Tatiana Pina, Peter Schausberger. 2015. Interrelated effects of mycorrhiza and free-living nitrogen fixers cascade up to aboveground herbivores. J. Ecology and Evolution. Ecology and evolution, 5(17), pp.3756-3768. (IP 2.32)
- Dilfuza Egamberdieva, Anvar Abdiev, Botir Khaitov. 2015. Tripartite interactions among root associated bacteria, rhizobia and chickpea under stress condition. Review. Plant-Environment Interaction: Responses and Approaches to Mitigate Stress, First Edition. Edited by Mohamed Mahgoub Azooz and Parvaiz Ahmad. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
- Khaitov B., Teshaev Sh., 2015. The effect of arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi on cotton growth and yield under salinated soil condition. J.Cotton Genetics and Genomics. 3:6, 1-5.
- Teshaev F., Khaitov B. Effect of defoliants and fertilizers on yield and quality of upland cotton (Gossipium hirsutum L.). J. Cotton Research and Development. 29 (1) 57-60.
- Egamberdieva D., Khaitov B., Hashem Abeer and Abd-Allah E.F. 2014. Characterization of Salt Tolerant Enterobacter hormaechei Strain associated with Tomato Root Grown in Arid Saline Soil. Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, Vol. 8(5), p. 4231- 4239. (IP 0.6)
- Khaitov B., Allanov Kh., Izbosarov , Khudaykulov J., Nematov T., Sattorov O. 2014. The impact of tillage and crop rotation on yield and soil quality under arid soil conditions. J. Biological and Chemical Research. Vol. 31, No. 2: 1117-1126.
- Khaitov B. and Allanov K. 2014. Crop rotation with no-till methods in cotton production of Uzbekistan. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 3: 28-32.
- Khaitov B., Mamadalieva N. and Egamberdieva D. 2013. Alleviation effect of plant derived 20-hydroxyecdysone on cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) seedling affected by salt stress. The Asian and Australasian Journal of Plant Science and Biotechnology 7 (Special Issue):39-42.
- Egamberdieva D., Shurigin V, Khaitov B, Mamadalieva M,, Davranov K. 2012. Alleviation effect of plant derived 20-hydroxyecdysone on wheat (Triticum Aestivum) seedling affected by salt stress. Uzbek Journal of Biology 4:23-28.
- Egamberdieva D., Khaitov B., Gafurova L. 2008. Different temperatures affect on bacterial plant growth stimulating abilities for cotton. Journal News of Agricultural Science. 4:34-38.
- Yakubov M., Muhammadiev A., Khaitov B. The improvement of cotton growth and development using physical technology. Article. “Soil health”. Tashkent State Agrarian University. Printed by «Patent -Press» Tashkent, Uzbekistan. p. 60-63.
- Egamberdiyeva D., Juraeva D., Khaitov B. Stimulation of wheat and maize growth through plant growth promoting rhizobacteria. Journal News of Agricultural Science. 2:44-48.
- Muhammadiev A., Yakubov M., Khaitov B. Influence of electro culture on growth, development, and production of cotton. Journal News of Agricultural Science. 11:24-27.
- Muhammadiev A., Yakubov M..M., Khaitov B. The effect of electro cultivation on cotton yields and fiber quality. Journal News of Agricultural Science. 7: 119-121.
Thesis in conference proceedings, symposia, workshops, colloquia …
1. Farrukh Ruziev, Botir Khaitov, Kee Woong Park. Germination characteristics of three invasive weed species in Korea: Giant Ragweed, Common Ragweed, and Burcucumber. The Korean Society of Weed Science conference. pp.54.
2. Wei Qiang Jia, Ok Jae Won, Cho Kwang Min, Botir Khaitov, Hyun Sung Lim, Kee Woong Park. The Fitness associated with Acetolactate Synthase Alleles evolved in Herbicide-resistant Schoenoplectus juncoides. The Korean Society of Weed Science conference. pp.55.
3. B.B.Aung, K.S.Hwang, B.Khaitov, K.W.Park. Herbicidal activity of metabolite from Streptomyces formicae. The Korean Society of Weed Science conference. pp.56.
4. T.H.Le, B. Khaitov, K.W. Park. Influence of environmental factors on the germination and emergence of exotic weed Erodium cicutadium L. The Korean Society of Weed Science conference. pp.57.
5. Ok Jae Won, W.Q. Jiang, H.S. Lim, H.D.Gwon, Y.J. Song, Y.H.Lee, B.Khaitov, J.J.Lee. K.W.Park. Use of growth pouches assay to identify herbicide resistance weed paddy fields of Chungnam province.24-26.10.2018. International Joint Conference on Plant Protection. Kimdaejung, Conventional center, Gwangju, Korea. pp. 577.
6. Botir Khaitov, Bekzod Ravshanov, Zukhra Davletova. 2017. Cotton production in Uzbekistan: technology and management. The International Scientific and Practical Conference of Young Scientists. “The role of land reclamation and water management in ensuring of agriculture sustainable development”. National Academy of Agrarian Sciences of Ukraine. Institute of Water Problems and Land Reclamation. Council of Young Scientists IWPLR NAAS.
7. Botir Khaitov. 2017. Effect of inoculation with bio-fertilizer on growth and yield of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) in saline condition. Organic Agriculture conference. Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
8. Islam, K.R., Sundermeier, P.A., Reeder, R.C., Dick, W.A., Raut, Y., Shedekar, V.M., Didenko, N., Yucel, C., Barik, K., Aksakal, E., Khaitov, B., Amoakwah, E., Ramesh, K., and Razzaghi, S. 2017. Does long-term continuous no-till impact soil carbon partitioning and sequestration? Journal of Environmental Quality.
- Khaitov B., Abdiev A. 2017. The Use of Symbiosis Bacteria to Enhance Growth and Yield of Chickpea in Arid Region. Karshi, Uzbekistan
- Khaitov B.B., Kurbanov A.A., Israilov B.T. 2016. The effect of plant growth promoting bacterial strains on chickpea growth in saline soil conditions. International Conference “Modern ecological state of the environment, scientific and practical aspects of environmental management”, which was held February 29, 2016 in Astrakhan, Russia 1706-1709.
- Nuralieva G.Kh., Khaitov B.B. 2014. Biotechnological approaches for improvement of chickpea production in arid soils of Uzbekistan. International scientific-practical conference dedicated to 85 anniversary of Azerbaijan State Agrarian University.
- Botir Khaitov, J. David Patino-Ruiz, Marian J. Gratzer, Tatiana Pina-Desfilis and Peter Schausberger. 2014. Interrelated effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and free-living, nitrogen-fixing bacteria on two-spotted spider mites on bean plants. International congress of agricultural acaralogy. Kyoto, Japan. 14-18 July.
- Khaitov B. 2013. Alleviation of salt stress by plant growth promoting rhizobacteria in chickpea. International young scientist conference. Milan, Italy 14-18 Aprel.
- Shurigin V, Egamberdieva D, Nahalboev JT, Khaitov B (2012) Screening of some chickpea genotypes on their salt tolerance in saline, arid soils of Uzbekistan. Bulletin of the National University of Uzbekistan 4: 44-45
- Khaitov B., Hudoykulov J. 2012. Investigation significance of salt tolerance foreign chickpea genotypes. International scientific conference. TSAU.p.300-301.
- Khaitov B. Alleviation of salt stress by plant growth regulators and IAA producing bacteria in cotton. International congress. Federation of European Microbiology Society. Geneva- Switzerland 26-30 June. 233-234.
- Egamberdiyeva D., Khaitov B. and Davronov K.Significance rhizosphere bacteria in plant protection. International scientific conference. TSAU. 1-2 December,p.21-23.
- Khaitov B., Kuchkarov F. 2010.Significance utilizing modern technologies in cotton growing. Conference materials, Tashkent. p. 304-307.
- Egamberdieva D., Jabbarova D., Khaitov B., Davranov K. Different temperatures affect on bacterial plant growth stimulating abilities in cotton international conference scientific research institute of Cotton growing. 4 December. p. 223-226.
- Egamberdiyeva D., Khaitov B. Salt tolerant rhizobacteria stimulates cotton growth in salinated soil. International conference in scientific research institute of cotton growing. Tashkent, Uzbekistan. p.245-249.
- Khaitov B. Effect of electro culture applied pre-planting cotton seed. “Young scientist” scientific practical conference, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
- Qushimov B., Ganiev I.M, Rustamova I., Khaitov , Islam K.R. 2007. Land Degradation by Agricultural Activities in Central Asia. In: Climate Change and Terrestrial C Sequestration in Central Asia (Lal, R., Sulaimanov, M., Stewart, B., Hansen, D. and Doraiswamy, P., Eds.). Taylor-Francis, New York.
- Egamberdiyeva D., Juraeva D. and Khaitov B. Screening of bacteria and fungi for their
antagonistic activity against plant pathogens. IOBC/WPRS Bulletin.
- Egamberdiyeva D., Juraeva D., Khaitov B. and Gafurova L. 2006. Microbial and biochemical changes induced by rotation and tillage in a calcareous soil under melon, tomato, wheat and cotton production. Proceeding book of 26th Annual Conservation Tillage Conference for Sustainable Agriculture, USA.
- Egamberdiyeva D., Gafurova L. Khaitov B. The effect of seasonal change, soil depth, crop rotation on soil nitrogenase activity in calcareous soils. In: Proceeding book of 6th European Nitrogen Fixation Congress, 24-27 July, Talouse, France.
- Egamberdiyeva D., Khaitov B., Haahtela K. 2005. Importance of inoculated beneficial bacteria on growth of pine and birch seedlings. In: Proceeding book of World Agroforestry Congress. 29 June-1 July, Florida,USA.
- Egamberdiyeva D., Gafurova L., Juraeva D., Khaitov B. The increase of fertility and productivity of salt affected and poor agricultural soils by using biodiversity of rhizobacteria. In: Conserving Soil and Water for Society: Sharing Solutions, proceeding book of ISCO International Soil Conservation Conference, Brisbane, Australia, 4 – 9 July.
- Editor of books
- Jong Yeong Pyon, J.B. Khudaykulov, B.B. Khaitov, and B.A. Isroilov. 2018.
Teaching Manual of Crop Science and Experiments. National Research Foundation of Korea
Publisher – “Istiqlol Nashriyoti”, Tashkent Uzbekistan.
- Ruzmetov R., Ishchanov R., Nabieva U., Khaitov B., Ulugov Ch. 2013. Cotton growing.
Publisher – Tashkent State Agrarian University, Tashkent Uzbekistan.