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Effects of different levels of iron sources on the growth of iron chlorosis susceptible and iron chlorosis resistant chrysanthemum cultivars



Effects of different levels of iron sources on the growth of iron chlorosis susceptible and iron chlorosis resistant chrysanthemum cultivars



Phyton, Argentina 33(1): 23-27



The Fe chlorosis resistant Dramatic (DRA) and susceptible cr. Giant Betsy Ross (GBR) showed some different growth responses to 2 sources of Fe at between 1 and 17.6 p.p.m. Plants of DRA and GBR supplied with FeEDTA in nutrient solution appeared healthy when compared with those grown with Fe tartrate in nutrient solution. All DRA plants were taller and had greater dry weights of tops and roots than GBR plants.

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