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Response of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata Linn. Walp.) to VAM fungi Glomus fasciculatum (Gf) and Rhizobium (Rh) inoculation under different sources and levels of phosphorus



Response of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata Linn. Walp.) to VAM fungi Glomus fasciculatum (Gf) and Rhizobium (Rh) inoculation under different sources and levels of phosphorus



Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences India Section B, Biological Sciences 68(3/4): 273-278



In a pot experiment, cowpeas Bundel Lobia-2 were not inoculated or soil inoculated with Glomus fasciculatum (Gf) and/or seed inoculated with Rhizobium (Rh), and given 0, 40 or 80 kg P/ha as Mussoorie rock phosphate (MRP), diammonium phosphate or single superphosphate. There were highly significant increases in plant growth, nodulation, % root colonization, P content in the shoot, and available P in the soil with inoculation with Gf or Rh, or with P fertilizer, compared with the control.

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