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Response of soybean to inoculation with various cultures of Rhizobium japonicum



Response of soybean to inoculation with various cultures of Rhizobium japonicum



Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, B 40(5): 471-475



In field trials with soyabeans grown from seeds inoculated with different indigenous R. japonicum strains or with the USA culture Nitragin, the effectiveness of inoculation with strains E-188 (peat), E-188 (lignical), E-188 + E-400 (peat), SB-1 and SB-16 (peat) was similar to that of inoculation with Nitragin in increasing nodulation, bacteroid and leghaemoglobin contents of nodules and seed yields. Peat-based cultures were more effective than sand and broth cultures.

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