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Endogonaceous spores associated with field grown peanut, Arachis hypogaea L. Cv. Banki

Endogonaceous spores associated with field grown peanut, Arachis hypogaea L. Cv. Banki

Scientific Khyber 11(2): 57-62

The soil samples from the rhizosphere of peanut plant from seven different fields in Chakwal district were regularly screened for spore flora. A total of eleven samples were studied each with an interval of fifteen days. Seven spore types were recorded in association with peanut crop. Six species belonged to Glomus and one to Acaulospora.

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