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A new plant growth technique for the most-probable-number estimation of Rhizobium



A new plant growth technique for the most-probable-number estimation of Rhizobium



Soil Science Society of America Journal 47(3): 604-606



A new system for growing plants in the most-probable-number estimation of Rhizobium is described. Beans, peanuts, and alfalfa were grown in small plastic cone-tainers and inoculated with suspensions of rhizobia. The number of rhizobia in pure culture, inoculants, and soil was satisfactorily estimated using cone-tainers for host plant growth. Most-probable-number counts of R. phaseoli were comparable in growth pouches and cone-tainers.

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