In many parts of the world crops in long-term short rotation patterns still show benefits from using a high quality inoculant.
Increased understanding of the persistence of inoculant strains in field situations and the ability of inoculant strains in field situations and the ability of inoculants to infect intercrop and weed species.
The soil inoculant is the bacteria that legume roots incorporate to make their own nitrogen.
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