Inoculants and Nitrogen Fixation of Legumes in Vietnam contains the proceedings of a workshop held in Hanoi, Vietnam 17-18 February 2001. The papers cover applied and fundamental issues of rhizobial and non-rhizobial inoculant production and application. A number of the papers contained in these proceedings, clearly outlined the substantial economic benefits from replacing fertiliser N with rhizobial inoculant in legume cultivation in Vietnam. Vietnam cultivates about 700,000 ha of legumes annually, equally distributed between the north and the south of the country. It was also clear for inoculation to become a reality, high-quality inoculants would need to be as readily available in the market place as fertiliser N and farmers would need to be educated in their use, just as they are educated about using fertilisers and chemicals
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