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Effect of sodium-chloride and sodium-nitrate salinity on germination of cotton, barley and maize.



Effect of sodium-chloride and sodium-nitrate salinity on germination of cotton, barley and maize.



Ancient 1: 64-79



In a silt-loam, maize seeds were more tolerant than barley and cotton to increasing levels of NaCl, electrical conductivities of 15.3, 12.7 and 9.6 mmhos/cm giving 50% germination with maize, bailey and cotton, respectively. Barley was more tolerant to high concentrations of NaNO3, 50% germination of barley, maize and cotton being obtained when the conductivities were 16, 13 and 7.5 mmhos/cm, respectively.

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