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Effect of drought and salinity stress on three range species: Agropyron intermedium, Avena barbata and Panicum antidotale



Effect of drought and salinity stress on three range species: Agropyron intermedium, Avena barbata and Panicum antidotale



Iranian Journal of Natural Resources 54(4): 409-421



In order to study the effect of drought and salinity stress on three range species of Agropyron intermedium Avena barbata and Panicum antidotale a study was carried out using factorial statistical method with a completely randomized design in 3 repetitions of 36 treatments totalling 108 vessels in greenhouse. Drought stress was selected based on irrigation intervals of 6, 12 and 20 days.

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