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DATE

1971-12

AUTHORS

W. V. B. Sundara Rao

ABSTRACT

Phosphate increased nitrogen uptake by lucerne appreciably on a saline soil. Nitrogenous fertiliser or inoculation with an effective strain ofRhizobium meliloti did not increase the yield significantly. In soils where indigenousRhizobium japonicum was absent inoculation increased soybean yields and the additional fixed nitrogen removed by soybeans amounted to 40 to 120 kg ha−1. Gram and groundnut also responded to Rhizobium inoculation in field trials. More... »

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287-291

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