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Effect of soil salinity on the resistance of wild Gramineae to aphids (preliminary study)

Effect of soil salinity on the resistance of wild Gramineae to aphids (preliminary study)

Agro Ciencia 9(2): 141-144

Lolium multiflorum, Hordeum marinum and H. chilense were less attacked by the aphids Schizaphis graminum, Rhopalosiphum padi and Sitobion avenae when grown in saline soil than in non-saline soil in Chile. Poaceae grown on saline soil had a higher ion content, mainly sodium and chloride, than those on normal soils.

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