Experiments in mineral nutrition. II. The visual symptoms of mineral deficiencies in crop plants grown in sand cultures. Progress Report 1944

Hewitt, E.J.

Ann Rept Agric And Hort Res Sta Univ Bristol 1944: 50-60

1945


Accession: 013374328

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Abstract
Mineral deficiency symptoms are described for 28 crops. The crops grown and the nutrient elements omitted are listed below: Wheat, N, K, P, Mg; barley, N, K, P, Ca, Mg, Fe; oats, N, K, P, Mg; rye, K, Mg; cabbage, Ca, Fe; cauliflower, Ca; rape, B; narrow stem kale, Ca, Mg, Fe; hungry gep kale, B, B with CaCO3 added; turnip, Ca; rutabaga, Ca, Mg; carrot, N, K, P, Ca, Mg, B; parsnip, N,K,P, Ca, Mg; celery, B; mangold, B; Seakale beet, Ca, Mg, B, B with CaCO3 added; garden beet, Mg, B, B with CAC03 added; broad bean, Ca, B; dwarf bean, N, K, P, Ga, Mg; runner bean, N, K, P, Ca, Mg; pea, N, K, P, Ca, Mg; red clover, N, K, P, Ca, Mg, Fe, B, B with CaCO3 added; white clover, N, K, P, Ca, Mg; alfalfa N, K, P, Ca, Mg; flax, Ca; tomato, K, Ca, Mg, Fe, trace elements; potato, N, K, P, Ca, Mg, Fe; hops, N, K, P, Ca, Mg, trace elements, and a series in greenhouse compost.