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Effect of NaCl on the vegetative growth and flower quality of roses

Angewandte Botanik 74(1/2): 38-41

Effect of NaCl on the vegetative growth and flower quality of roses

The effects of NaCl on vegetative growth and leaf injury in Rosa chinensis Major, R. rubiginosa and R. hybrida Kardinal were investigated. The salt treatments were applied through irrigation water containing 0, 5, 10, 20 or 30 mM NaCl. Necrosis on the leaves as a result of the NaCl treatments was observed after two months in all the three genotypes. Leaf injury was more pronounced in R. chinensis Major as compared to the other two genotypes.

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