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The effect of different copper and manganese rates on uptake by tomato plants and on yields



The effect of different copper and manganese rates on uptake by tomato plants and on yields



Agrokhimiya (5): 93-100



In container trials Mn and Cu were applied to tomato plants at 30-300 mg/kg soil. Mn or Cu (69-90 mg/kg) gave yield increases of 40-70 and 21-53%, respectively. The Mn content in plants increased only at rates above 90 mg/kg and accumulated in leaves (420 mg/kg) and roots (200 mg/kg). The Cu level in roots rose with increasing Cu rates but in leaves this level rose to a limit beyond which there was no response to increasing Cu rates.

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