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Iron chlorosis treatment in a sweet pepper crop

Iron chlorosis treatment in a sweet pepper crop

Revista de Ciencias Agrarias 20(3): 49-55, July-Sept

Lime-induced chlorosis is a nutritional disorder that affects many plant species grown in calcareous soils. Iron chlorosis in sweet pepper was studied in relation with bicarbonate levels in the nutrient solution. Foliar applications of several chemicals that might alleviate iron chlorosis was carried out. The treatments included iron salts, acidic solutions, methanol, urea and indole acetic acid.

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