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Innoculant bacteria from europe?

 
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Hi,

I'm trying to find inocculant bacteria for winter vetch (Vicia villosa) and white clover (the low growing one), but so far, 2 days of worthless searches.


Anyone know where I could find them in Europe?

Thanks
 
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peter gos wrote:Hi,

I'm trying to find inocculant bacteria for winter vetch (Vicia villosa) and white clover (the low growing one), but so far, 2 days of worthless searches.


Anyone know where I could find them in Europe?

Thanks


The only company that comes to mind for me is Plant Health Care Inc which has distributing companies in many places. The United Kingdom and Netherlands comes to mind.


Plant Heal Care in United Kingdom

Plant Health Care in Netherlands


Plant Health Care in Spain



Hope this helps, I'm sure there are other, but this one I'm familiar with.


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