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Survival of inoculant Bradyrhizobium japonicum in an Andosol



Survival of inoculant Bradyrhizobium japonicum in an Andosol



Biology and Fertility of Soils 23(2): 105-109



The survival of an antibiotic-resistant mutant of a commercial inoculant Bradyrhizobium japonicum strain. A 1017ks. was studied in a volcanic ash soil (Andosol) in comparison with a non-volcanic ash soil (Fluvisol), both from Japan, over a period of 84 days. In a non-sterile soil system, the population decline in the Andosol (15% or 1.2 log units) was larger than in the Fluvisol (6% or 0.54 log units).

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