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Effect of some treatments on the tolerance of spinach plant to salt



Effect of some treatments on the tolerance of spinach plant to salt



Annals of Agricultural Science Cairo 38(2): 851-863



The effects of soaking spinach Orient seeds in the micronutrients ZnSO4 (60 p.p.m.) and H3BO3 (40 p.p.m.) or the plant growth regulators IAA (100 p.p.m.) and GA3 (200 p.p.m.) on plant tolerance to increased salinity were investigated. The salinity of the irrigation water was raised using a 1:1 mixture of NaCl and CaCl2 at a total concentration of 0, 3000, 6000 or 9000 p.p.m. The plants (in pots) were irrigated twice weekly throughout the experiment.

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