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Response of Egyptian clover varieties to strains of Rhizobium trifolii



Response of Egyptian clover varieties to strains of Rhizobium trifolii



Alexandria Journal of Agricultural Research 23(3): 623-629



Of eight strains of Rh. trifolii tested with five varieties of Trifolium alexandrinum, the most effective with Khadrawi was 226, with Fahli, 291, with Saidi, 236 and 239, with Mishkawi, 216, and with Indian, 239 and 293.

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