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2007, vol. 44, iss. 1, pp. 415-421
The effect of inoculation on the emergence and early growth of alfalfa and red clover
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture
Keywords: actimonycetes; alfalfa; azotobacter; red clover; rhizobia
Abstract
The research consisted of investigating the effect of rhizobia, azotobacter and actinomycetes, both individually and combined, on the emergence of alfalfa and red clover, as well as on the growth of the plants in the first 30 days. With individual inoculation, the results the best result in terms of emergence was achieved with rhizobia. With combined inoculation, the results were different for alfalfa and red clover. With alfalfa, the best result was achieved when all three types of microoganisms were combined. With red clover, the best result was achieved when rhizobia and actinomycetes were combined. Speaking of growth and development of the plants, the best result with alfalfa was achieved when rhizobia was applied. The best result with red clover was achieved by the application of rhizobia and actinomycetes combined.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Original Scientific Paper
published in SCIndeks: 08/09/2007