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Effect of phosphorus, molybdenum and cobalt on symbiotic parameter of four lines of Sesbania aculeata Poir


, : Effect of phosphorus, molybdenum and cobalt on symbiotic parameter of four lines of Sesbania aculeata Poir. Journal of Research, Punjab Agricultural University 1997; 32(4): 413-417

In a field experiment, seed inoculation with Rhizobium increased nitrogenase activity and biomass accumulation in 4 promising lines of the green manure crop Sesbania aculeata.

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