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Boron toxicity and growth suppression of Forsythia and Thuja grown in mixes amended with municipal waste compost






HortScience 17(5): 821-822

Boron toxicity and growth suppression of Forsythia and Thuja grown in mixes amended with municipal waste compost

Shoot dry weight of container-grown Thuja occidentalis (cv. Pyramidalis) and Forsythia intermedia (cv. Spectabilis) was less in substrates containing municipal waste compost than in a moss peat:sand mixture. Severe marginal leaf necrosis of F. intermedia and browning of older shoot tips of T. occidentalis occurred on plants in compost mixtures.

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