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The effects of some herbicides on the growth of rapid growing and slow growing strains of symbiotic nitrogen fixers


, : The effects of some herbicides on the growth of rapid growing and slow growing strains of symbiotic nitrogen fixers. Radovi Poljoprivrednog Fakulteta Univerziteta u Sarajevu 39(43): 73-82

Of the 5 herbicides tested at standard recommended concn for their effect on 4 strains of symbiotic N fixers, Rhizobium phaseoli (str. 110), R. leguminosarum (str. 321), R. trifolii (str. 459) and Bradyrhizobium japonicum (str. 529), only Senkor proved inhibitory. Prometrin 5.50 Alaklor EC-48 Dual 500-EC and Treflan EC-48 were only inhibitory at 10 times the standard concn, and even then they only affected some of the stains. The rapidly growing strain, R. leguminosarum (str.

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