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Symbiosis between Rhizobium and four tropical legumes adapted to Chiapas, Mexico


, : Symbiosis between Rhizobium and four tropical legumes adapted to Chiapas, Mexico. Pasturas Tropicales 10(3): 18-21

In field trials at Costa de Chiapas experimental farm, Centrosema brasilianum CIAT 5234, Pueraria phaseoloides CIAT 9900, C. macrocarpum CIAT 5065 or C. pubescens CIAT 438 were grown in plastic cylinders and inoculated with a range of introduced or native Rhizobium spp. or given the equivalent of 100 kg N/ha. C. brasilianum total DM yield with inoculation with native Rhizobium strains was equal to that obtained with 100 kg N.

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