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Cadmium toxicity in grapevines



Cadmium toxicity in grapevines



Vitis 24(2): 88-96



Cuttings of the Riesling were grown in nutrient solution containing no Cd (control) or 0.1-10.0 mg/litre Cd. All levels of Cd reduced shoot growth and leaf size and caused chlorosis, necrosis and leaf deformation in young foliage. Older leaves showed no symptoms of damage but high levels induced leaf fall. Plant dry matter production was reduced and at 0.66 mg Cd/litre it was only 50% of that of the control.

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