Phosphorus fixation limits the plant growth in acidic soils. As a result, farmers need to apply several fold of recommended doses of superphosphatic ferlilizers to meet up the demands.A diverse general of bacterial population can solubilize these fixed phosphorus. So, agricultural microbiologist put forth their expertise to screen out these beneficial microbes and elucidates their innate potentials to do so. Most of phosphate solubilizing bacteria having multilateral growth promoting characters and thus they can act as growth and yield promoters for plants. The genera Pseudomonads having such potentiality. Hence, the research book screen out a new novel species of Pseudomonas to increase the phosphorus nutrition of wheat in vitro condition.