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Rizóbios como promotores de crescimento de plantas olerícolas

@inproceedings{Borges2016RizbiosCP,
  title={Riz{\'o}bios como promotores de crescimento de plantas oler{\'i}colas},
  author={Clarissa de Souza Borges},
  year={2016}
}
Inoculation with rhizobia can be a viable alternative to increase production without increasing fertilizer levels in the system and without risks to health. But there are few studies using rhizobia as growth promoters in vegetables. The objectives of this study were to evaluate the influence of rhizobia inoculation on germination of four vegetable crops; evaluate three growth promotion mechanisms; check the ability of rhizobia colonizing in vegetable crops and identify genetically isolated. For… 

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