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Response of different genotypes of soybean to inoculation with various composite cultures of Rhizobium japonicum



Response of different genotypes of soybean to inoculation with various composite cultures of Rhizobium japonicum



Pantnagar Journal of Research 1(1): 30-32



Averaged over 5 soybean varieties, the influence of inoculation on yield in field trials was rather small; however, two of the varieties individually showed large yield responses to inoculation. In a further trial with two soybean varieties and seven Rhizobium composite cultures, the best inoculants gave marked yield increases while the poorer ones gave little or no increase.

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