Fungi are also a very important component of microbial inoculants.
The method could detect genetically-modified bacterial inoculants in controlled release experiments down to 1-10 cells per g soil.
sterile inoculants (peat and liquids) have higher concentrations of pure viable rhizobia.
The biological inoculants tended to have contrasting effects on silage total fatty acid compared with the other additives.
Increased understanding of the persistence of inoculant strains in field situations and the ability of inoculant strains in field situations and the ability of inoculants to infect intercrop and weed species.