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Effect of seedling treatment with calcium salts on sodicity induced cation accumulation in rice


, : Effect of seedling treatment with calcium salts on sodicity induced cation accumulation in rice. Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 26(1): 93-98

Rice Jaya, grown at several sodicity levels, showed cationic imbalance. Accumulation of Na increased while that of K and Ca decreased with increase in sodicity. Overnight treatment of 35-day-old seedlings, prior to transplanting, with calcium chloride and calcium nitrate showed a favourable effect in overcoming the observed imbalances. Analysis at the tillering stage showed significantly higher content of K and Ca with lower Na content in the treated seedlings than in untreated controls.


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