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Mineral content of apple leaves. II. Influence of rootstock, scion, year, yield and precipitation



Mineral content of apple leaves. II. Influence of rootstock, scion, year, yield and precipitation



Tidsskr Planteavl 69(3): 305-313



A negative correlation between K and Ca and between K and Mg is usually not affected by the rootstock. The mineral content of the leaves is influenced by the scions but annual variations do occur. The P- and K- content seems especially low in varieties with large leaves, while the Ca- and Mg- content is high. Trees exposed to rain had the same leaf content of N, K and P as sheltered trees, while the Ca- and Na-content was lowest in exposed trees.

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