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Nutrient-salt interaction and peanut growth



Nutrient-salt interaction and peanut growth



Desert development Part 1: desert agriculture, ecology and biology: Proceedings of the Second International Desert Development Conference held on 25-31 January 1987 in Cairo, Egypt: 631-645



In a series of hydroponic, pot and field experiments, the effects were investigated of K and N on groundnuts Shulamit grown in saline water or in dune sand and watered with saline water. NaCl (50 mM) improved the growth of hydroponically-grown groundnuts given 1-9 mM KNO3 with an optimum response at 7 mM.

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