|Title:||酸性紅壤施用石灰磷肥與接種對於荳科作物效應之研究(I)接種根瘤菌對琉球大豆之影響||Other Titles:||A Study on the Response of Legume Plant to Lime, Phosphate and Inoculation on Acid Red Soils' (I). The Effect of Inoculation on the Growth of Clycine Koidzum.||Authors:||張國勤
|Issue Date:||8-Dec-1971||Publisher:||農業試驗所||Journal Volume:||20||Journal Issue:||4||Start page/Pages:||74-81||Source:||農業研究||Abstract:||
Field experiments of double split Plot design with four replications were carried out at Ping-Cheng to investigate the effect of lime, phpsophate and inoculation on the growth of legume plant, Clycine Koidzum. A pot trial was carried out during the same time at Tari in Taipei for the same purpose but different treatments. In the field expriment, two levels of lime, three levels of phosphate, two kinds of inoculation were involved. While in the pot trail, there were four treatments (1) without lime, phosphate and inoculation (2) without lime and phosphate, with inoculation (3) with lime and phosphate, without inoculation (4) with lime, phosphate and inoculation.
The experimental results may be summarized as follows:
1. Results showed that Rhizobium bacteria isolated from the root nodules of G koidzum was different from the other strains of Rhizobium japonicum. Inoculation of the said Rhizobium bacteria had a significant effect on growth of G. koidzum.
2. Data indicated that liming and phosphate application had a better effect on the fresh weight of G. kidzum plants inoculated with the so-called Rhizobium bacteria.
3. The results of the yield experiments revealed marked difference in the number and dry weight of nodules between inoculation treatment. There were more number and higher dry weight of nodules in the plots with inoculation than that without inoculation.
4. Application of lime with 5 tons/ha. and phosphate 160 kg/ha had a better results on the residual effect in fertility.
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