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Vegetative growth and chemical composition of tomato plants as affected by different types of salt stress and zinc fertilization



Vegetative growth and chemical composition of tomato plants as affected by different types of salt stress and zinc fertilization



Iran Agricultural Research 18(1): 81-90



The response of tomato Red Cloud exposed to 4 Zn rates (0, 5, 10 and 20 mg/kg as Zn SO4.7H2O), 6 salinity levels (0, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11 dS/m) and 4 salt compositions (C1 = 100% NaCl; C2 = 60% NaCl + 40% Na2SO4; C3 = 40% NaCl + 60% Na2SO4; and C4 = 100% Na2SO4 on chemical equivalent basis) was studied under greenhouse conditions. Tomato plants treated with the highest salinity level produced significantly less dry matter than those grown without salt addition.

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