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Iron chlorosis in peanuts on a calcareous Jordan Valley soil
Year:
1972
Source of publication :
Experimental Agriculture
Authors :
Lachover, David
;
.
Volume :
8
Co-Authors:
Lachover, D., Division of Agricultural Chemistry, Volcani Institute of Agricultural Research, Israel
Ebercon, A., Division of Agricultural Chemistry, Volcani Institute of Agricultural Research, Israel
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From page:
241
To page:
250
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Total pages:
10
)
Abstract:
A pot experiment was carried out to study various aspects of growing peanuts in highly calcareous soil, with special reference to iron chlorosis. There was good agreement among the criteria used to evaluate the need for iron and the effectiveness of different chelates or methods of application (i.e. visual symptoms, chemical diagnosis and yield response). Of the iron chelates tested, Sequestrene 138 proved the most effective. Promising results were also obtained by coating seeds with chelate as an iron starter, followed by an additional top dressing. The results indicate the possibility of growing peanut economically in the highly calcareous soil tested using iron chelate ’Fe EDDHA (Sequestrene 138). © 1972, Cambridge University Press. All rights reserved.
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DOI :
10.1017/S0014479700005317
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Database:
Scopus
Publication Type:
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Language:
English
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ID:
21861
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Iron chlorosis in peanuts on a calcareous Jordan Valley soil
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Lachover, D., Division of Agricultural Chemistry, Volcani Institute of Agricultural Research, Israel
Ebercon, A., Division of Agricultural Chemistry, Volcani Institute of Agricultural Research, Israel
Iron chlorosis in peanuts on a calcareous Jordan Valley soil
A pot experiment was carried out to study various aspects of growing peanuts in highly calcareous soil, with special reference to iron chlorosis. There was good agreement among the criteria used to evaluate the need for iron and the effectiveness of different chelates or methods of application (i.e. visual symptoms, chemical diagnosis and yield response). Of the iron chelates tested, Sequestrene 138 proved the most effective. Promising results were also obtained by coating seeds with chelate as an iron starter, followed by an additional top dressing. The results indicate the possibility of growing peanut economically in the highly calcareous soil tested using iron chelate ’Fe EDDHA (Sequestrene 138). © 1972, Cambridge University Press. All rights reserved.
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