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Response of low grade coal based inoculants of Rhizobium japonicum on the performance of soybean



Response of low grade coal based inoculants of Rhizobium japonicum on the performance of soybean



Indian Journal of Agronomy 22(1): 59-61



Soyabean seed was inoculated with R. japonicum cultured in (a) low-grade coal, (b) peat, (c) FYM, (d) as (a) + (b) in 1:1 ratio and (e) as (a) + (c) in 1:1 ratio.

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