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Effects of lime phosphorus and addition of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on indigenous vesicular arbuscular fungi and on growth of alfalfa medicago sativa in a moderately acidic soil



Effects of lime phosphorus and addition of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on indigenous vesicular arbuscular fungi and on growth of alfalfa medicago sativa in a moderately acidic soil



New Phytologist 98(3): 481-486



The effects of inoculation with vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal (VAM) fungi on M. sativa L. growth and P uptake were studied in a moderately acidic loess soil with 4 levels of added lime. Inoculation of alfalfa with VAM fungi from soils of pH 7.2-7.5 resulted in increased dry matter production at pH of 6.4-7.5, but not at pH of 5.4-6.1. Addition of lime and/or P always increased growth of alfalfa. Root colonization by indigenous mycorrhizal fungi was inhibited at the highest pH levels but root colonization by added fungi was stimulated at higher pH levels and inhibited at the lower pH levels.

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