Research Notes : Zambia : Development of promiscuous soybean varieties

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1985-04-01
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Joshi, J.
Javaheri, F.
Nkumbula, S.
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Zambia was perhaps the first country to initiate research on the development of promiscuous soybean varieties. Promiscuous soybean varieties have the capability of producing effective nodules with the indigenous rhizobia found in the Zambian soils. Two such varieties, 'Magoye' and 'Hernon 147', have already been released in Zambia.

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