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Efficiency of N absorption, rate of N uptake and utilisation in Citrus and Poncirus rootstocks as influenced by their root morphology

, : Efficiency of N absorption, rate of N uptake and utilisation in Citrus and Poncirus rootstocks as influenced by their root morphology. Journal of Nuclear Agriculture and Biology 21(4): 303-307

Nitrogen absorption and translocation were studied in 6 seedling rootstocks and seedlings of the mandarin cultivar Coorg, grown for a year in pots containing a sandy clay loam soil. The rootstocks comprised rough lemon, Rangpur lime Cleopatra mandarin, Poncirus trifoliata, Troyer citrange and citrumelo. They were supplied with 50 p.p.m. N (using 15N-enriched ammonium sulphate), 50 p.p.m. P and 100 p.p.m. K, other nutrient elements being supplied in solution.

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