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Trials for the control of lime-induced chlorosis in fruit trees in Greece. I. Preliminary observations on peach and lemon trees



Trials for the control of lime-induced chlorosis in fruit trees in Greece. I. Preliminary observations on peach and lemon trees



Annls Inst. phytopath. Benaki (n.s.), 7: 28-36



Complete recovery was observed after the addition to the soU of 200 g NaFeEDDHA, 100 g NaFeEDDHA, or 300 g NaFeDTPA. A clear but not quite satisfactory response was obtained with 300 g NaFeHEEDTA. Addition of 5 kg FeSO4.7H2O or 5kg FeSO4.7H2O plus 5 kg S was without effect, at least during the first 4 1/2 months after the treatment. Foliar sprays of NaFeEDDHA (1%), NaFeDTPA (1%) and NaFeHEEDTA (1%) resulted in green spots on sprayed leaves. In addition, phytotoxicity was observed; it was more pronounced in the case of NaFeHEEDTA spray. Accordingly, the addition to the soil of 100 g NaFeEDDHA/tree is considered as the more promising method of control. Similar trials onlemon trees showed also the higher efficiency of NaFeEDDHA In comparison to other iron chelates. A favorable effect of urea on Fe absorption from FeSO4.7H2O sprays was observed. Lemon trees treated with NaFeEDDHA showed mn deficiency symptoms on the leaves.

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