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Response of pea plants grown on a clay soil to Rhizobium inoculation combined with Mo and Zn as foliar application

Response of pea plants grown on a clay soil to Rhizobium inoculation combined with Mo and Zn as foliar application

Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 42(3): 1431-1440

A field experiment was conducted during 2003/04, on a clay soil, at Dundat village, Mit Ghamer, Daqahlia governorate, Egypt, to evaluate the response of pea Little Marvel to Rhizobium leguminosarum inoculation with or without Mo and Zn (10, 20 and 40 mg/litre) as foliar sprays.

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