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Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal effects on alfalfa grown in limed and sterilized soil

, : Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal effects on alfalfa grown in limed and sterilized soil. Report of the twenty ninth alfalfa improvement conference: 43

The effects of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal (VAM) inoculation of sterilized soil on Medicago sativa growth over 9 harvests were investigated in a pot experiment. VAM inoculation significantly increased DM yield at the 1st and 3rd harvests. At harvests 6-9, plants grown in VAM-inoculated soil produced less DM than controls, but only harvest 8 showed a significant decrease. Plant P content was significantly higher in VAM-inoculated soil than in controls at harvests 1 and 3.

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