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Relationship between relative growth of different rootstock seedlings of citrus and levels of salinity in soil



Relationship between relative growth of different rootstock seedlings of citrus and levels of salinity in soil



Research Bulletin, Marathwada Agricultural University 2(6): 71-74



Jullunduri khatti, Jatti khatti (Citrus jambhiri) and Cleopatra (Citrus reshmi) rootstocks were relatively resistant to salinity, while Carrizo citrange (Poncirus trifoliata X Citrus sinensis) and Kharana khatta (Citrus karna) were the most sensitive ones. Although the indices of Carrizo and Kharna khatta for 20, 50 and 80 per cent growth depressions were the same, the salinity index based on the growth depression of more than 80 per cent was greater in Kharna khatta.

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