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Experiments on the iron-physiology of grapes with respect to chlorosis. Part 2: Induction of chlorosis by bicarbonate



Experiments on the iron-physiology of grapes with respect to chlorosis. Part 2: Induction of chlorosis by bicarbonate



Bodenkultur 35(4): 305-315



In hydroponic experiments with stem-cuttings of the grapevine varieties Gruner Veltliner and Kober-5 BB, chlorosis was induced by adding NaHCO3 to the medium. Bicarbonate in concentrations of 8 mMol/l and more was able to induce chlorosis in both varieties within 4 to 5 weeks, irrespective of an adequate iron supply in the medium. Increasing the iron supply by 4 times did not prevent the chlorosis. Chlorosis was due to the HCO3--ion and not to the Na+-ion.

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