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In this present studied poly bag experiment was conducted following complete randomized block design with 12 treatments and three replications. Polluted Soil with supply of fresh water, Unpolluted soil with supply of fresh water, Unpolluted soil with supply of polluted water. The results of pot culture were reveals that the Nitrogen availability was highest in T3 (140.65kgha-1) and lowest in T8 (116.79kgha-1) at harvesting stage, phosphorus uptake was found in the treatment T3 (43.34 kgha-1) and Increasing soil phosphorus content due to the application of inorganic fertilizers in polluted soils, increased the nutrient availability in the soil, highest potassium uptake was observed in T7 (241.26 kg ha-1) in un polluted soils application of fresh water. Application of microbial cultures had significant effect on nitrogen, phosphorus potassium uptake in spinach beet in the different pot culture treatments. The treatment T8 (70.03 g plant-1) comprising RDF+FYM+VAM and Pseudomonas showed highest values at 30 DAS, 60 DAS in unpolluted soils over other treatments. Among all the treatments, T8 comprising RDF, FYM, VAM and Pseudomonas was showed highest dry weight of leaf per plant at 30 DAS & 60 DAS in unpolluted soils.