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Agronomic evaluation and molecular genotyping of selected soybean (glycine max (l) merril) varieties grown in different environmental regions of East Africa
Soybean (Glycine max. (L)Merril) is one of the most popular pulses in the world. It has been known to man for a long time since its first record goes as far as 2500 BC in China and Manchuria. Glycine max belongs to the ...
Nodulation and nitrogen fixation in promiscuous and non promiscous soybean varieties grown in Kenya
Nitrogen deficiency is a major factor limiting soybean production. Th is problem can be alleviated by the use of nitrogen fertilizers which on the other hand adversely affect the environment, are expensive and unaffordable ...
Effects of phosphorus, potassium and sulphur nutrition on nitrogen fixation of promiscuous soyabean varieties in Meru south district
Biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) by promiscuous soybean cultivars offers a potential for minimizing the investment made by resource-limited farmers in Meru South districtKenya. Promiscuous soybean cultivars have the ...