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Effective nodulation is essential for nitrogen fixation, particularly on soils where soybeans have not been planted recently. Seed-applied inoculant can be profitable on fields with a history of soybean planting. Double inoculation can help quickly establish high populations of rhizobia bacteria to ensure optimal nodulation and soybean performance.
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