Nitrogen fixation associated with grasses and cereals: Recent results and perspectives for future research

@article{Boddey2006NitrogenFA,
  title={Nitrogen fixation associated with grasses and cereals: Recent results and perspectives for future research},
  author={Robert Michael Boddey and Johanna Dobereiner},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2006},
  volume={108},
  pages={53-65}
}
Over the last few years research in the area of biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) associated with cereals and grasses has become divided into two areas. On the one hand there have been a large number of reports of responses of field-grown plants to inoculation with N2-fixing bacteria, principallyAzospirillum spp. On the other hand there have been several reports of significant contributions of associated BNF to the nutrition of several crops, including wetland rice, sugar cane and some forage… CONTINUE READING
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