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Study on the effect of foliar application of FePS on correcting iron deficient chlorosis of apple trees

Study on the effect of foliar application of FePS on correcting iron deficient chlorosis of apple trees

Journal of Fruit Science 18(5): 251-254

An experiment was conducted to study the effect of foliar application of FePS compared with those of Fe-EDTA, BASF and FCU on the correction of iron (Fe)-deficient chlorosis in potted Malus baccata seedlings. The chlorophyll content of young leaves after FePS application was higher than CK, but lower than that of Fe-EDTA, BASF and FCU applications in the earlier stage and similar to Fe-EDTA, BASF and FCU in the later stages.

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