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By John E. Beringer (auth.), C. Veeger, W. E. Newton (eds.)

As for the previous 4 foreign Symposia on Nitrogen Fixation, held in Pullman, Washington united states (1974); Salamanca, Spain (1976); Madison, Wisconsin, united states (1978); and Canberra, Australia (1980), the fifth Symposium held from August 28 - September three, 1983 in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands, acquired the gene­ rous help of the Charles F. Kettering starting place study Laboratory and the Tennessee Valley Authority. This aid has helped study growth during this extensive box of technology by means of supplying a discussion board either for the trade of rules and for medical precis and dialogue as captured during the last 10 years in all the 4 books released formerly. even if all prior conferences have been good attended, the current convention used to be the most important to date. 550 scien­ tists from 60 assorted nations attended the "Leeuwenhorst Conference", re­ providing the numerous assorted disciplines actively focused on study during this box: chemists, biochemists, molecular biologists, geneticists, microbiologists, plant physiologists, agriculturalists. quite a few them needed to plow through a tough interval to elevate the mandatory cash to wait. moreover, a parallel assembly of "policymakers" from Southeast Asia, Africa and South the US was once held below the auspices of Crosscurrents overseas Institute, Dayton, OR, united states and the United countries collage, Tokyo, Japan. those members attended the various medical classes to profit from the imaginative and prescient of a couple of scientists on the symposium.

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Forest Research Laboratory, Corvallis, OR. Tarrant PF and Miller RF (1963) Soil Sci. Soc. Arner. Proc. 27: 231-234. Ery RA and Hingston FJ eds. Managing Nitrogen Economies of Natural and Man-Made Forest Ecosystems. pp. 124-145, CSIRO Division of Land Resources Management. Perth. Turvey ND and Srnethurst PJ (1983) In Gordon JC and Wheeler cr eds. Nitrogen Fixation in Forest Ecosystems. pp. 233-259, Nijhoff/Junk, The Hague. Youngberg cr, Wollnm AG and Scott W (1980) In Gordon JC et al eds. Symbiotic Nitrogen Fi22tion in The Management of Temperate Forests.

Freire, 1982). The rationale for this varies according to the country. However as it was clearly stated by another author (M. Alexander, unpublished) "Nitrogen fixation in agricultural land is rarely limited by the lack of availability of highly active nitrogen-fixing microorganisms". Outstanding progress was achieved by the Nairobi MIRCEN towards the fostering of the network within eastern Africa. Eight countries are now integrated by means of cooperative research, training, exchange of staff, 1 iterature and materials.

It is also true that the investments on research on strain selection is useless and the work of the investigators is wasted if the inoculants don't perform well at the field. Since its establ ishment in 1950 the IPAGRO Laboratory has evaluated the inoculants available to the farmers first on an informal basis and then after 1977 under agreement with the Ministry of Agriculture became responsable for the official control of the inoculants in the market in Brasil. The informal control however played and is plavinq an important role toward the maintenance and improvement of the quality of the inoculants.

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