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Studies on the injury to growth in Phaseolus angularis in the Usu region. (II). Changes in soil copper content and differences between varieties in resistance to damage from excess copper


Studies on the injury to growth in Phaseolus angularis in the Usu region. (II). Changes in soil copper content and differences between varieties in resistance to damage from excess copper



Journal of the Science of Soil and Manure, Japan Nihon Dojo Hiryo Gaku Zasshi 43(8): 302



In studies comparing a copper tolerant variety Wasedairyu 1 (Early Large-grained 1) and a less tolerant variety Takara the latter experienced severe growth retardation and decline in seed yield after soil copper content reached 10 p.p.m., while Wasedairyu 1 was much less severely affected even at 60 p.p.m.

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