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Studies on survival of rhizobium leguminosarum in 2 carriers as affected by moisture and temperature conditions



Studies on survival of rhizobium leguminosarum in 2 carriers as affected by moisture and temperature conditions



Indian Journal of Agricultural Research 12(1): 39-43



Two commonly used carriers were used: low grade Indian peat and the admixture of farmyard manure and tank silt with different moisture gradients for protection of rhizobial cells in commercially prepared legume inoculants at various storage temperatures. Rhizobial counts in low grade Indian peat were higher only up to 2 wk than that in admixture. For longer duration, the mixture of farmyard manure and tank silt was as good protective material as peaty soil. A 40% moisture content in the Rhizobium inoculant and 30.degree. C temperature were a superior combination. For storage, a 40% moisture and 20.degree. C temperature were better. The Rhizobium inoculants (cultures) could be stored with satisfactory counts of viable cells up to 10, 8, 6 and 4 wk at the temperature of 20, 30, 40 and 50.degree. C, respectively, in both carriers.

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