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Response of oats to soil application of some fungus species



Response of oats to soil application of some fungus species



Nauchnye Trudy, Ukrainskaya Sel' skokhozyaistvennogo Akademiya (133): 90-96



In trials with oats during 2 years, soil application of Trichoderma lignorum increased leaf pigment contents and gave highest increases in grain yields; application of Penicillium lanosum and Zygorhynchus moelleri was less effective.

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