Biological nitrogen fixation associated with sugar cane

@article{Boddey2004BiologicalNF,
  title={Biological nitrogen fixation associated with sugar cane},
  author={Robert Michael Boddey and Segundo Urquiaga and Ver{\^o}nica Massena Reis and Johanna Döbereiner},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={137},
  pages={111-117}
}
A recent15N dilution/N balance study confirmed that certain sugar cane varieties are capable of obtaining large contributions of nitrogen from plant-associated N2 fixation. It was estimated that up to 60 to 80% of plant N could be derived from this source, and under good conditions of water and mineral nutrient supply, it may be possible to dispense with N fertilization of these varieties altogether. The recently discovered bacterium,Acetobacter diazotrophicus, apparently responsible for this… 
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