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Control of grape chlorosis through nutrient applications on leaves



Control of grape chlorosis through nutrient applications on leaves



Foliar fertilization Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences Vol 22: 242-254



In the districts of Rheinhessen and Vorderpfalz, chlorosis attacks vines on heavy calcareous soils if wet cold weather occurs at blossom time. Earlier measures for control are outlined. Some results from field trials with foliar fertilizers for rapid regreening are given.

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