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Causes of necrotic leaves and dieback of shoots in blueberry



Causes of necrotic leaves and dieback of shoots in blueberry



Agricultura Tecnica Santiago 53(1): 9-15



Necrotic leaves, defoliation and dieback of shoots in blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum and V. ashei) were associated with high levels of urea and ammonium fertilizers when 2-year-old blueberry plants, maintained in pots, were fertilized with 1-36 g/plant of N. Foliar manganese concn showed a positive significant correlation with the amount of fertilizer applied, increasing to excess levels as the fertilizer rates increased to >4.2 g/plant of N.

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