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Experiments on the iron-physiology of grapes with respect to chlorosis. Part 1: Insufficient and increased supply of iron to grapes



Experiments on the iron-physiology of grapes with respect to chlorosis. Part 1: Insufficient and increased supply of iron to grapes



Bodenkultur 35(3): 221-231



In hydroponic experiments with the variety Kober 5 BB, optimum growth was obtained with an iron concentration of 0.56 mg/l solution. The variety Gruner Veltliner needed 2.8 mg Fe/l for optimum growth. Higher Fe concentrations reduced plant growth.

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