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close this book Grazing and rangeland development for livestock production
close this folder Management of rangelands and other grazing lands of the tropics and subtropics for support of livestock production. Technical Series Bulletin No. 23
View the document Preface
Open this folder and view contents I. Introduction
Open this folder and view contents II. Inventory of the natural resources base of permanent grasslands.
Open this folder and view contents III. Coping with constraints affecting forage production and utilization on rangelands, sod other Permanent Grasslands
Open this folder and view contents IV. The elements of productive grassland management.
Open this folder and view contents V. Measuring productivity of rangelands and other permanent grasslands.
Open this folder and view contents VI. Estimating Feed Requirements of Ruminant Livestock in Tropical and Sub-Tropical Regions.
View the document VII. Conclusions
View the document Appendices
View the document Appendix no. 1: Perennial Forage Grasses for the Tropics and Subtropics
View the document Appendix no. 2: Seed Characteristics and Adaptive Features of Forage Grasses
View the document Appendix no. 3: Major Forage Legumes for the Tropics and Sub-Tropics
View the document Appendix no. 4: Seed Characteristics and Adaptive Features of Forage Legumes
View the document Appendix no. 5: "Sources of Seed of Tropical Legumes"
View the document Appendix no. 6: Sources of Rhizobium Cultures for Tropical Legumes
View the document Appendix no. 7: Additional Publications Dealing with Livestock Production and Feed Supplies

Appendix no. 6: Sources of Rhizobium Cultures for Tropical Legumes

This list of names and addresses of organizations handling inoculants is necessarily incomplete but supplies information as to where inoculants can be obtained. Sources of inoculants for temperate legumes can be obtained from Dr. E. Hamatova, Department of Microbiology, Central Research Institute of Plant Production, Prague, Ruzyne, or Professor O.N. Allen, Department of Bacteriology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706, U.S.A.

As more effective strains are developed, the present ones will be superseded and an up-to-date list is published from time to time in the Rhizobium Newsletter edited by Professor J.M. Vincent, Department of Microbiology, School of Biological Sciences, University of New South Wales, P.O. Box l, Kensington, New South Wales, Australia. It is available to persons interested in using it, for a small charge.

ARGENTINA

Dr. Enrique Schiel

Instituto de Microbiologia e Industrias Agropecuarias

Villa Udaondo, Castelar

F.C.N.D.F.S., Prov. De Buenos Aires, Argentina

(on agar)

Roberto E. Halbinger

Quimica Industrial y Comercial

Tecnologia en Industrias Agricola

H. Yrigoyen 571, Buenos Aires

Jose P. Radibak

Tamborini 3094

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Grace & Crawford Keen y Cia

San Martin 232

Buenos Aires,

Nitrasoil

Florida 622

Buenos Aires,

Instituto Agrotecnico

Avenida Las Heras 727,

Resistencia

Prov. del Chaco, Argentina

(on agar)

AUSTRALIA

Dr. R.A. Date

CSIRO Division of Tropical Pastures

St. Lucia, Oueenland 4067

Tropical Inoculants

1 Kneale St.

Holland Park

Queensland

(inoculants sold under the trade name of TROPICAL INOCULANTS)

Dr. R. Roughley

Biological and Chemical Research Institute

PMB 10, Tydalmere

New South Wales, 2116

Professor J.M. Vincent

School of Microbiology

University of New South Wales

P.O. Box 1, Kensington

New South Wales, 2033

D.J. Pulsford

Agricultural Laboratories

P.O. Box 8

Carlington St., Regent's Park New South Wales, 2143

(inoculants sold under the trade name of NOCULAID)

R. Daniels

Root Nodules Pty. Ltd

49 Chandos St., St. Leonards New South Wales, 2065

(inoculants sold under the trade name of NITROGERM)

The Head of the Department of Soil Service and Plant Nutrition

Institute of Agriculture

University of Western Australia

Nedlands, Western Australia, 6009

The Director

Dept. of Agriculture, Stock and Fisheries

Konedobu

Papua, New Guinea

BRAZIL

J.R. Jardim Freire, Ing. Agr.

Seccion de Microbiologia Agricola

Secretaria de Agricultura,

Porto Alegre

Rio Grande del Sur

Instituto de Biologia y Pesquisas Tecnologicas

Casilla Postal 357

Curitiba, Parana

Laboratorio Leivas Leite S.A.

P.O. Box 91, Pelotas

Rio Grande del Sur

CHILE

Luis S. Longeri

Universidad de Concepcion, Dep. Microbiologia

Casilla 272, Concepcion

(inoculants distributed under the trade name of NITROFIX)

EAST AFRICA

The Kenya Seed Company

P.O. Box 553

Kitale, Kenya

(sole distributor of rhizobia for east Africa)

MEXICO

Dr. C.C. Casas

Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biologicas

IPN Apartado Postal 42-186

Mexico, D.F.

(inoculants distributed under the trade names of NITRAGIN and PAGADOR)

PERU

Ing. Agric. Rodolfo Vargas

Estacion Experimental Agricola de La Molina

Apartado 2791

Lima

American inoculants distributed as:

NODOGEN - Nodogen Laboratories,

Princeton, Illinois, United States

NITRAGIN - The Nitragin Co. Inc.,

Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53209,

United States

SOUTH AFRICA

Dr. B.W. Strydom

Dept. of Agricultural Technical Services

Plant Protection Research Institute

Agriculture Building

Beatrix St., Private Bag 134

Pretoria

S.A. Legume Inoculant Company (Pty) Ltd.

P.O. Box 248

Stellenbosch

URUGUAY

Dr. Carlos Batthyany

Laboratorio de Microbiologia de Suelo del M.G.A.

Ciudadela 1471

Montevideo

Laboratorios Dispert S.A.

Avenida Garibaldi 2797

Montevideo

(inoculants distributed under the trade name of NITRASOIL)

Esur Ltda.

Azara 3387

Montevideo

(inoculants distributed under the trade name of NITRUR)

UNITED STATES

Selected tropical-temperate inoculants

Plant Cultures

P.O. Box 284

Gainesville, Florida

Dr. U.M. Means

U S Soils Laboratory

Dept. of Agriculture

Beltsville, Maryland 20705

The Nitragin Company

3101 W. Custer Avenue

Station F. P.O. Box J

Milwaukee 9, Wisconsin

(inoculants sold under the trade name of NITRAGIN)