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Differential growth response of soybean, tomato and barley cultivars to high-aluminum, low-phosphorus and low-pH medium

Differential growth response of soybean, tomato and barley cultivars to high-aluminum, low-phosphorus and low-pH medium

Bulletin, Yamagata University, Agricultural Science 9(4): 127-148

In a study of nutrient content of tops and roots in 12 soyabean, 19 tomato and 15 barley cultivars grown in complete nutrient solution or under conditions of low pH, low P, low pH + low P or high Al, the mean K, Ca, Mg, Fe, Mn, Al and P values for all the cultivars grown under high Al conditions were generally lower than those for the cultivars grown under low pH + low P conditions, but P content showed only minor differences.

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