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Relationship between low soil potassium availability and incidence of stem canker in soyabeans






Informacoes Agronomicas ( 60): 1-3

Relationship between low soil potassium availability and incidence of stem canker in soyabeans

Tests have linked the rapid spread of stem canker in soyabean crops in Brazil with K deficiency in the soil. It is recommended that soil K contents should be maintained at >60 p.p.m. and never allowed to fall to 40 p.p.m.


Accession: 002477861



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