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Selection of mango rootstocks for adverse water and soil conditions in arid areas

, : Selection of mango rootstocks for adverse water and soil conditions in arid areas. Acta Horticulturae: 81-87

A total of 3200 seedlings of 80 varieties and types were irrigated with saline water using tricklers. Only a few groups, especially those of the polyembryonic 13/1 and its kin exhibited strong resistance to salinity.

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