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Effect of different inoculum levels of Bradyrhizobium japonicum on soybean

, : Effect of different inoculum levels of Bradyrhizobium japonicum on soybean. Legume Research 14(4): 201-204

In a field trial with soyabeans Jawahar-2, seed inoculation with B. japonicum to give 10superscript 2, 10superscript 3, 104, 105 and 106 rhizobia/seed gave seed yields of 567, 722, 730, 722, and 787 kg/ha compared with 489 kg when no seed inoculation was given.

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