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Effect of Fertilizer Application on Protein and Amino Acid Contents of Pigeon - Pea (Cajanus cajan)


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Traditionally pulses are grown on low fertility soils under rain fed conditions. They are known to fix atmospheric nitrogen with the help of nitrogen fixing bacteria Rhizobium. When pulses were grown in experimental plots under similar agronomic conditions, locational differences and year to year differences were observed.
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P. Udayasekhara Rao
National Institute of Nutrition, Indian Council of Medical Research, Jamai - Osmania P. O., Hyderabad - 500 007, A. P, India

Abstract


Traditionally pulses are grown on low fertility soils under rain fed conditions. They are known to fix atmospheric nitrogen with the help of nitrogen fixing bacteria Rhizobium. When pulses were grown in experimental plots under similar agronomic conditions, locational differences and year to year differences were observed.