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Contributions to the study of spike-disease of Sandal (Santalum album, Linn.), Part XVI. Distribution of arsenic in Sandal-wood treated with sodium arsenita



Contributions to the study of spike-disease of Sandal (Santalum album, Linn.), Part XVI. Distribution of arsenic in Sandal-wood treated with sodium arsenita



J. Indian Inst. Sci, xviiA: 12, 131-139



In spiked sandal (Santalum album) plants treated for eradication by girdling and applying to the exposed wood a solution of sodium arsenite in the Bangalore district of India, large quantities of the poison were detected in the bark and sapwood, while movement of the substance was even noticed in the roots at some distance from the point of application. The root-suckers of treated plants may also be reached and killed out by the solution.

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