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Petiole and leaf blade relationships for the determination of phosphorus status of Thompson Seedless grapes



Petiole and leaf blade relationships for the determination of phosphorus status of Thompson Seedless grapes



Fertilizers and Agriculture 42(97): 13-18



Thompson Seedless grapes were grown in sand culture and 16 different P levels were applied ranging from 0-150 p.p.m. Petiole and leaf blade samples were collected during fruit set and their P contents analyzed. In the poorly fertilized grapes (<40 p.p.m. P applied), the P contents of the petioles were lower than those of the leaf blades, and in the sufficiently and highly fertilized grapes (>40 p.p.m. P applied), the P contents of the petioles were higher than those of the leaf blades.

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