Competition between soil- and seed-borne Rhizobium trifolii in nodulation of introduced Trifolium subterraneum

Holland, A.A.

Pl. Soil 32: 293-302

1970


Accession: 014392746

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Abstract
In N. Carolina range soils, native rhizobia occur associated with Trifolium albopurpureum, T. bifidum, T. ciliolatum, T. depauperatum, T. dichotomum, T. flavulum, T. melanthum, T. microcephalum, T. microdon, T. oliganthum and T. tridentatum. These rhizobia nodulate subterranean clover but are ineffective in N fixation with this host. Native rhizobia compete with those in commercial inoculants to form nodules.