NifTALNitrogen Fixation by Tropical Agricultural Legumes
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They tested some imported rhizobial strains (from NifTAL, Hawaii) for their effects on the yield of legumes in Pakistan.
Singleton, (NifTAL, Paia, HI) for providing the inoculant and Mr.
NifTAL [Nitrogen fixation by Tropical American Legumes], University of Hawaii, Manoa, Hawaii, USA.
Plants were either inoculated with the introduced Rhizobium strain (TAL 1399) which was obtained from NifTAL project, University of Hawaii USA or with Bacillus megatherium var phosphaticum strain (BMP) which was locally isolated, in addition to combination of each (TAL 1399 + BMP).
(NifTAL Project-Department of Agronomy and Soil Science, University of Hawaii: Honolulu)
and Hoben, H.J., Methods in legume Rhizobium technology, University of Hawaii, NiFTAL Project and Mircen.
ENRRI 9 was a local isolate from faba bean plants, whereas, strain TAL 1339 was supplied by NifTAL Project, Paia, HI, USA.
(NifTAL Project, Department of Agronomy and Soil Science, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii)