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Studies on nutrient absorption in satsumas, VII. The effects of fruit/leaf ratio, vigour and time of fruit thinning on the absorption of water and nutrients by the trees



Studies on nutrient absorption in satsumas, VII. The effects of fruit/leaf ratio, vigour and time of fruit thinning on the absorption of water and nutrients by the trees



Bulletin of the Kanagawa Horticultural Experiment Station (25): 9-17



In nutrient solution studies, as the fruit/leaf ratio increased, absorption of water, nitrate N and Ca declined, but more P, K and Mg were absorbed. Vigorous trees absorbed more of all nutrients than weak trees. Bearing trees absorbed more nutrients in June and July, and in some cases in August, than fruit-thinned trees. The total sugar content in the fruit juice was high in trees with a low fruit/leaf ratio, but reducing sugar contents were in proportion to this ratio.

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