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  • v. To produce nodules


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  • The rhizobia strains that nodulate sesbanias are somewhat specialized and may not be present where sesbanias have not been grown previously.

    Chapter 10

  • Although Allen and Allen (1981) indicate the inability of A. pavonina to nodulate, this legume is generally considered to be nitrogen-fixing.

    Chapter 10

  • They nodulate readily, usually within three months of planting when grown from stakes, or even faster when established from seed (Chadhokar, 1982).

    Chapter 3

  • The list of species which have been shown to nodulate includes all of those which are commonly used in animal production (Allen and Allen, 1981).

    Chapter 8

  • Both Leucaena and Gliricidia seeds should be inoculated with soil from areas where the trees are already growing before planting so that they will have the ability to nodulate and fix atmospheric nitrogen.

    Chapter 7

  • Pentaclethra macrophylla was not known to nodulate until recently (Ladipo et al. 1993).

    Chapter 42

  • Gleditsia triacanthos do not nodulate and lack an ability for symbiotic fixation of atmospheric nitrogen

    Chapter 34

  • In areas where they have not grown before, leucaenas require inoculation with specific Rhizobium in order to nodulate and grow well.

    Chapter 28

  • It is frequently grown successfully in nitrogen-poor soils because of its exceptional ability to nodulate.

    Chapter 35

  • In some areas, however, it fails to nodulate, resulting in extremely slow growth.

    Chapter 6


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