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Potential Uses of Nitrogen-Fixing Trees and Shrubs in Commercial Forestry

John C. Gordon and Jeffrey O. Dawson
Botanical Gazette
Vol. 140, Supplement: Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation in Actinomycete-Nodulated Plants (Mar., 1979), pp. S88-S90
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2474209
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Potential Uses of Nitrogen-Fixing Trees and Shrubs in Commercial Forestry
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Abstract

The potential for commercial utilization of tree and shrub species that can fix molecular nitrogen symbiotically is examined. Recommendations are made for research to speed the practical use in forestry of woody plants that fix nitrogen in combination with specific soil-borne microorganisms.

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