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Dimethyl sulphoxide as an agent for better translocation of nutrient ions within plants



Dimethyl sulphoxide as an agent for better translocation of nutrient ions within plants



Madras Agricultural Journal 70(9): 626-628



In pot trials, seeds of sorghum CO-24 were sown in black loam to which was added 59Fe and 90 kg N, 45 kg P2O5 and 45 kg K2O/ha with or without FYM, compost extract or 250 or 500 p.p.m. dimethyl sulphoxide (DMSO). Content of 59Fe was determined in roots and shoots at flowering and roots, shoots and grain at maturity. At maturity, grain yield was lowest and shoot wt. was highest in plants treated with compost extract.

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