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Plants tolerant to salinity in Cuba



Plants tolerant to salinity in Cuba



Agrotecnia de Cuba 27(1): 62-68



Tolerance to salinity was studied in 1980-90 at Guantanamo, Cuba, in 8 pasture grass species, 6 pasture legume species, 15 rice cultivars, 4 sweet potato cultivars, 6 cassava cultivars, 4 yam cultivars, 8 citrus fruits, 4 banana cultivars, 6 tomato cultivars, 2 onion cultivars and 2 essential oil species. Tables are presented showing degrees of tolerance.

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