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Injury to apple orchards by rosette disease as a function of the level of ordinary zinc and phosphorus in chernozems



Injury to apple orchards by rosette disease as a function of the level of ordinary zinc and phosphorus in chernozems



Soviet Agricultural Sciences (10): 39-41



Analysis of chernozems under healthy apple trees and those with symptoms of rosette disease showed that the occurrence of the disease was related to relationships between the major elements in soil and trace elements. High levels of phosphorus leading to low available zinc was the main cause.

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