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  1. Vol. 56 No. 4, p. 423-424
    Received: Jan 2, 1964



Response of Lee Soybeans to Different Strains of Rhizobium Japonicum1

  1. George H. Abel and
  2. Lewis W. Erdman2



In soils free of soybean rhizobia, some strains of Rhizobium japonicum were more effective than others on Lee soybeans. In rhizobia-contaminated soil, none of the strains caused any detectable growth responses on seed-inoculated plants.

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