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Studies on nodulation of Sesbania aculeata and Melilotus alba as influenced by salinity and alkalinity in presence and absence of superphosphate



Studies on nodulation of Sesbania aculeata and Melilotus alba as influenced by salinity and alkalinity in presence and absence of superphosphate



Journal of Scientific Research of the Banaras Hindu University 22(2): 177-183



The details of the treatments are given in the 2 preceding abstracts. Salinity and especially alkalinity decreased nodulation in both species.

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