Mineral Nutritional Problems of Trifoliate Orange Rootstock
AuthorsA. H. Khadr
E. M. Romney
Authors AffiliationsA. H. Khadr is Research Assistant, Department of Agricultural Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles; A. Wallace is Professor of Plant Nutrition, Department of Agricultural Sciences, University of California, Los Angeles; E. M. Romney is Associate Research Soil Scientist, Department of Nuclear Medicine and Radiation Biology, University of California, Los Angeles.
Hilgardia 19(9):14-16. DOI:10.3733/ca.v019n09p14. September 1965.
AbstractAlthough the citrus rootstock, trifoliate orange, is disease and cold resistant and offers good fruit quality, it is affected more by zinc and iron deficiencies than some other rootstocks, according to this report from U.C., Los Angeles. Other nutrient disorders seem to result from high potassium and phosphorus conditions, low magnesium supplies and certain nitrogen levels.
Khadr A, Wallace A, Romney E. 1965. Mineral Nutritional Problems of Trifoliate Orange Rootstock. Hilgardia 19(9):14-16. DOI:10.3733/ca.v019n09p14
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