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Seed yield and nutrient uptake of groundnut as influenced by sources of phosphate, FYM and phosphate solubilizing microorganisms



Seed yield and nutrient uptake of groundnut as influenced by sources of phosphate, FYM and phosphate solubilizing microorganisms



Current Research University of Agricultural Sciences Bangalore 26(11): 202-204



Groundnuts were grown at Hebbal, Bangalore in summer 1995 with different combinations of Mussoorie rock phosphate, superphosphate, farmyard manure and Aspergillus sp.

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