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Differential susceptibility of apple cultivars to manganese toxicity

Differential susceptibility of apple cultivars to manganese toxicity

Plant nutrition 1982 Proceedings of the ninth international plant nutrition colloquium, 22-27 August 1982, Warwick University, United Kingdom Volume 1: 123-128

The manganese toxicity disorder internal bark necrosis (IBN) was investigated by growing trees in containers in a 1 : 1 peat and sand mixture supplied with nutrient solution supplemented with MnSO4. The cultivars tested were Bramley's Seedling, Cox's Orange Pippin, Golden Delicious, 2 radiation-induced mutants of Kidd's Orange Red, Lord Lambourne and Worcester Pearmain.

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