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The possibility of using ethrel to identify plants relatively tolerant to salinity: IV. Soybean (Glycine max)



The possibility of using ethrel to identify plants relatively tolerant to salinity: IV. Soybean (Glycine max)



Egyptian Journal of Horticulture 20(2): 257-266



Pot experiments were conducted during the years 1991 and 1992 to investigate the effect of different levels of salinity and ethrel on some soybean varieties (glycine max.). The effect of ethrel was similar to the effect of salinity on plant height, leaves abscission, flowers abscission, pods abscission and yield. Soybean variety "Williams" produced higher yield in comparison with Clark and El-Kobrosy under saline conditions.

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