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Response of groundnut variety TMV2 to rhizobial inoculation

Response of groundnut variety TMV2 to rhizobial inoculation

Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, B 40(6): 650-651

4 strains of Rhizobium, GN-2, 402-A, 402-B and 403-C, were tested for their efficiency on groundnut TMV2 in pot trials and also in field trials at Rajendranagar, GN-2 also being used as a peat based culture (GNP-2) in the latter. Strain 402-B was the most effective and significantly increased yields, N content and total N uptake in groundnut.

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