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Effect of rootstocks and scion cultivars on micro-nutrient status in almond leaves



Effect of rootstocks and scion cultivars on micro-nutrient status in almond leaves



Horticultural Journal 4(2): 13-16



A study was carried out on 9-year-old almond trees of the cultivars Dhebar, IXL, Katha, Nonpareil, Merced and Afghanistan Seedling on 3 rootstocks (wild peach, bitter almond and behmi. A sample of 100 healthy leaves with petioles from the middle portion of the current season's growth was collected in June from each tree. The leaves were cleaned, dried, ground and analysed for Fe, Zn, Cu, Mn and B contents. Rootstock had no significant effect on the micro-nutrient status of almond leaves.

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