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Effect of distillery effluent on amino-acid concentrations of Pisum sativum and Citrus maxima



Effect of distillery effluent on amino-acid concentrations of Pisum sativum and Citrus maxima



Advances in Himalayan ecology: 131-139



In a pot experiment 30-d-old pea T 16, plants were treated every 15 d with 1 litre each of the different concentrations (10, 25, 50, 75 or 100% v/v) of distillery effluent. In another experiment, 6-month-old C. maxima plants were treated every week with 0.25 litre of concentrations of 10-100% v/v of the distillery effluent.

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