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- Covarrubias, J.J.; Rombolà, A.D.
- Acta horticulturae 2013 no.984 pp. 315-322
- Vitis riparia, etc ; Festuca rubra; calcareous soils; chelates; chlorophyll; chlorosis; citrates; genotype; grasses; intercropping; iron; leaves; nitrification inhibitors; nitrogen; nutrition; orchards; rhizosphere; risk; vines; vineyards; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... The prevention/cure of iron (Fe) chlorosis with Fe chelates is a very widespread agronomical practice in vineyards and orchards, although it implies high costs and potential environmental and health risks. Such factors strongly suggest the need of adopting alternative strategies for managing grapevine Fe nutrition according to more sustainable practices. The aim of this work was to study the chang ...
- Tessarin, P.; Ingrosso, E.; Rombolà, A.D.; Boliani, A.C.; Covarrubias, J.I.; Yunta, F.
- Acta horticulturae 2013 no.984 pp. 335-338
- Vitis riparia, etc ; alkaline soils; calcareous soils; cattle; chlorophyll; chlorosis; container-grown plants; fertilizers; fruit trees; fruit yield; growing season; industry; iron; leaves; nutrition; plant growth; pollution; risk; sustainable development; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Iron (Fe) is essential for chlorophyll formation and plant growth. Iron-deficiency chlorosis is a major nutritional disorder in several fruit trees cultivated in calcareous and alkaline soils, reducing fruit yield and quality and causing heavy economic losses. Since chelated Fe, the most widespread fertilizers used for preventing or curing Fe deficiency, pose risks of environmental pollution, the ...