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Dual Inoculation Response of Soybean with Rhizobium And Mycorrhiza
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Dual Inoculation Response of Soybean with Rhizobium And Mycorrhiza
Kang, Ui-Gum; Park, Hyang-Mee; Lee, Jae-Saeng; Ko, Jee-Yeon; Lee, Yong-Hwan; Jeon, Weon-Tae; Kim, Min-Tae; Joa, Jae-Ho;
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 Abstract
The dual inoculation response of soybean with rhizobium and mycorrhiza was examined in pot vermiculite and field soils. In order to select a symbiotically compatible mycorrhiza with Bradyrhizobium japonicum, a highly germinating spore among 60 strains from 32 upland soils in southern part of Korea was obtained in Acaulospora sp., Gigaspora sp. and Glomus sp., respectively. As a result of dual inoculation of Glycin max cv. Dajangkong and Eunhakong both with cells of B. japonicum YCK 213 and 10 spores of each mycorrhiza in vermiculite pot, only Glomus sp. treatment together with the rhizobium showed significant increase () both in shoot dry wt and nodule mass of not Eunhakong but Dajangkong. In red-yellow soils with pH 5.2() and 203 mg of Lancaster P per kg of soil, in which cells of B. japonicum and spores of mycorrhizae per gram of soil were naturalized, grain yield of G. max cv. Dajangkong was increased to 3.9% by dual inoculation both of cells of B. japonicum and 10 spores of mycorrhizae per two seeds under condition applied with 30 kg and 34 kg per hectare compared to conventionally fertilized plot (2.75 MT ) added with 30 kg N . However, there was not significant.
 Keywords
Glycin max;Bradyrhizobium japonicum;mycorrhiza;
 Language
Korean
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