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The characteristics of absorption and translocation of soil application of 10B in different amounts and different seasons to apple trees






Scientia Agricultura Sinica 29(3): 13-19

The characteristics of absorption and translocation of soil application of 10B in different amounts and different seasons to apple trees

Four-year-old potted apple (cv. Liaofu on Malus prunifolia) trees were treated with H310BO3. B was applied at 2.0 mg/kg soil in the autumn of 1991 and at 2.0, 1.2 or 0.8 mg/kg in the spring of 1992.

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