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Synonyms for inoculant

a substance (a virus or toxin or immune serum) that is introduced into the body to produce or increase immunity to a particular disease


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BASF s HiStick brand inoculants will change its name to Nodulator.
Silage inoculants will be around $225 million by 2015 and expected to cross $275 million by 2020 with a CAGR of 4.
Measured amounts of inoculant and/or propionic acid were dissolved in 130 mL of distilled water to spray over forages so that the additional moisture would be equal in all treatments.
Our system uses a fight curtain to illuminate the inoculant as it leaves the pipe and before it enters the iron stream.
8220;We felt it was in the best interest of cultivators, and their customers to develop a propriety microbial inoculant that fully aligns with standards many of come to expect from VAGMATRIX,” said Mr.
The Pinetree catalog lists Nature's Aid Inoculant on page 108.
Last season we compared inoculants to see whether we could address the problem.
Remember: inoculants are living organisms and they have to be treated with care.
17 May 2010 - EW Nutrition GmbH, part of Germany's EW Group, has acquired MLR Innovations, a producer of probiotics, silage inoculants, gel products and other novel nutritional additives, based in Iowa.
Effect of formic acid and a bacterial inoculant on the amino acid composition of grass silage and on animal performance.
Simon Peet, who runs Langwathby Hall Farm at Langwathby, near Penrith alongside the family animal feed business Jim Peet Agriculture (JPA), managed to tackle the disease by using a biological inoculant on the big bale silage.
and Russian scientists cooperatively field-test an experimental inoculant and new strains of microbe-friendly peas.
The CSIRO Plant Industry team is currently making arrangements to ensure a Bradyrhizobium inoculant will be available by autumn this year.
TA1 had been used prior to WU95 as an inoculant for subterranean clover in Western Australia (D.