Growth of avocado seedlings: Individual plants vary in susceptibility to injusry by concentrations of sodium or potassium in soil
AuthorsJ. P. Martin
F. T. Bingham
Authors AffiliationsJ. P. Martin is Associate Chemist, University of California, Riverside; F. T. Bingham is Junior Chemist, University of California, Riverside.
Hilgardia 8(2):7-12. DOI:10.3733/ca.v008n02p7. February 1954.
Avocado seedlings are very sensitive to high sodium or potassium concentrations in the soil, according to observations obtained in studies on the effects of various soil chemical properties on the growth of avocado seedlings.
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