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Effect of metals on the effectiveness of foliar application of iron compounds in plants with calcareous chlorosis



Effect of metals on the effectiveness of foliar application of iron compounds in plants with calcareous chlorosis



Doklady Rossiiskoi Akademii Sel'skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk 0(8): 13-17



Probable mechanisms of the effect of metal trace elements on the antichlorosis properties of iron compounds used for foliar application were discussed. Experiments were carried out with cucumber plants grown hydroponically. Recommendations were made for using the parameters of water solubility and photochemical activity as criteria for evaluating the antichlorosis activity of trace elements.

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