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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Keywords

Legumes, Seed inoculation, Pelleting

First Page Number

705

Last Page Number

708

Abstract

MOST of the extensive areas of new land being brought into cultivation in Western Australia are very sparsely populated with the rhizobial root nodule bacteria which are essential for successful legume pasture establishment.

These bacteria, therefore, must be introduced into the soil where, under favourable conditions, they will develop nodules on the roots (Fig. 1).

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