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The effects of different rootstocks on the levels of mineral elements in the leaves and the carbohydrate contents of the canes of some early-maturing grape cultivars

, : The effects of different rootstocks on the levels of mineral elements in the leaves and the carbohydrate contents of the canes of some early-maturing grape cultivars. Doga, Turk Tarm ve Ormanclk Dergisi 13(3b): 1267-1283

Scion cultivars (a) Adana Karas, (b) Tarsus Beyazu, (c) Perlette, (d) Panse Precoce, (e) Cardinal, (f) Muscat Rein de Vigne and (g) Italia were grown on 41 B, 420 A, 110 R and Rupestris du Lot rootstocks. Leaf N and Fe levels were similar for scions on all rootstocks, but leaf K was highest on Rupestris du Lot and 110 R, leaf P was highest on 110 R, leaf Ca was highest on 420 A, and Mg, Mn and Zn were highest on 41 A.

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