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Lucerne inoculation and the factors affecting its success

H. G. Thornton

Lucerne inoculation and the factors affecting its success

by H. G. Thornton

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Published by H.M.S.O in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Legumes -- Inoculation.,
  • Legumes -- Inoculation -- Great Britain.,
  • Alfalfa -- Inoculation.,
  • Alfalfa -- Field experiments.,
  • Alfalfa -- Inoculation -- Great Britain.,
  • Alfalfa -- Field experiments -- Great Britain.,
  • Soil inoculation.,
  • Soil inoculation -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 36-39).

    Statementby H.G. Thornton.
    SeriesTechnical communication / Imperial Bureau of Soil Science -- no. 20, Technical communication (Imperial Bureau of Soil Science) -- no. 20.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21466460M

      Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) is one of the most cultivated forage legumes in Morocco thanks to its great adaptation to the climatic conditions of this country, its high protein content and its ability to fix atmospheric nitrogen in symbiosis with rhizobia. Environmental stresses such as drought and salinity constitute a major factor limiting the symbiotic nitrogen fixation and legume productivity. In Lucerne lost its independence as Napoleon occupied the Swiss Confederacy and transformed it into the Helvetic Republic for a brief five years. After a return of the old powers, Switzerland was born in , when the modern nation state was founded. In modernity reached Lucerne in the shape of the railway, and the town started.

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    Among the growing towns of the confederacy, Lucerne was especially popular in attracting new residents. Remaining predominantly Catholic, Lucerne hosted its own annual passion play from to , a two-day-long play of 12 hours performance per day. As the confederacy broke up during the Reformation, after , most nearby cities became Protestant, but Lucerne remained Catholic.   Vaccine hesitancy refers to delay in acceptance or refusal of vaccines despite availability of vaccination services. Vaccine hesitancy is complex and context specific varying across time, place and vaccines. It includes factors such as complacency, convenience and confidence. Vaccine hesitancy is a complex global problem that requires ongoing monitoring.


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Lucerne inoculation and the factors affecting its success by H. G. Thornton Download PDF EPUB FB2

1. Inoculated lucerne was grown alone and in association with Italian rye grass, in pots of sand watered with food solution and given three different doses of sodium nitrate.

The dose of nitrate did not affect the dry weight or nitrogen content of lucerne when grown alone, save that the highest dose checked the root growth somewhat. by: The effect of some experimentally variable factors on the accumulation/formation of the phytoalexins medicarpin and sativan by excised lucerne leaflets following inoculation with Verticillium albo-atrum was examined.

The production of both compounds was maximal at 25 °C in response to spores ml −1 in the infection drops and following incubation for 36 h.

A study of the factors affecting the motility of the organism and its passage through soil has, therefore, an important bearing on the technique of seed by: 2. Paddock sampling and subsequent pot experiments have identified a number of factors which may contribute to low lucerne yields in the mid-north of South Australia.

Soil acidification appears to be a significant factor as soil pH(w) (, soil-water) ranged from to in the surveyed paddocks, – units below the fenceline values for Cited by: The amounts of foliage nitrogen (N) fixed by various annual and perennial legumes growing in Australian pastures range from kg N/ Differences in N2 fixation result from variations in the proportion of the legume-N derived from atmospheric N2 (%Ndfa) and/or the amount of legume-N accumulated during growth.

On-farm surveys of %Ndfa achieved by legumes growing in farmers Cited by: The growth and survival of rhizobium were studied in neutralized and sterilized soil-peat cultures containing alder bog peat, old moss peat, young reed peat, or young moss peat enriched with lucerne meal and sucrose.

Although all these media proved to be excellent carriers for rhizobium, old moss peat from the 0–20 cm layer was less favourable than old moss peat from the 20–40 and 40– Plant heights (from ground level to the base of the highest leaf) were measured 6 (weevil egg inoculation period), 8, 10 (aphid inoculation period) and 14 (harvest period) weeks after planting.

Lucerne height is strongly correlated with biomass (Michalk and Herbert, ) so this represents an excellent non-destructive proxy for plant growth.

Lucerne - the plant. Lucerne or alfalfa (Medicago sativa) is a deep-rooted, temperate, perennial pasture legume which is well adapted to mixed farming systems in southern Western to its high water use and deep roots (>two metres on suitable soils) it is able to address rising watertables and associated salinity.

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meliloti strains SRDI, SRDI and RRI and rates of lime to increase lucerne nodulation and dry matter production in soils of low pH (3.

Vegetation and soil surveys were performed in 31 lucerne fields (three lucerne fields without any management from – and 28 fields containing year-old lucerne.

Goals / Objectives The long-term objective of this project is to develop an improved understanding of fundamental aspects of root physiology in order to increase productivity and quality of nursery and small fruit crops.

The three primary objectives are as follows. (1) Define abiotic and biotic parameters that regulate nutrient and water uptake and use in nursery and small fruit production.

The potential for nitrogen fixation is closely related to plant growth factors; thus any condition, stress or management practice that affects plant growth is likely to affect nodulation and nitrogen fixation.

Nodulation will be reduced in acid soils because most rhizobia are very sensitive to a pH below and may die before nodulating the. The EAP Task Force was established at the Lucerne ―Environment for Europe‖ Ministerial Conference in in order to assist the ―environmental reconstruction‖ of transition economies based on sound economic, governance, and financing principles.

OECD, with its significant. Switzerland, federated country of central Europe. Switzerland’s administrative capital is Bern, while Lausanne serves as its judicial center. Switzerland’s small size—its total area is about half that of Scotland—and its modest population give little indication of its international significance.

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As a specific discipline viewed through the lens of European literature.Background and Aims The effects of three endophytic Streptomyces on plant growth and the symbiosis of Lucerne and its rhizobial partner were examined in the presence of three levels of soil nitrogen.About.

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