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Effect of fly ash on VAM formation and growth response of pulse crops infested with Glomus aggregatum in sterile soil



Effect of fly ash on VAM formation and growth response of pulse crops infested with Glomus aggregatum in sterile soil



Frontiers in microbial biotechnology and plant pathology: 205-212



The effect of fly ash amendment at 3 concentrations (10, 20 and 30%) on the infectivity and efficacy of G. aggregatum was studied by conducting a pot culture experiment with sterile low fertile soil using pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan) Maruti and chickpea (Cicer ariteinum Annigeri, the two major pulse crop cultivars of this region.

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