Boron Toxicity Tolerance in Crops: A Viable Alternative to Soil Amelioration

@inproceedings{Yau2008BoronTT,
  title={Boron Toxicity Tolerance in Crops: A Viable Alternative to Soil Amelioration},
  author={Sui Kwong Yau and Jeffrey G. Ryan},
  year={2008}
}
Research on the problems of excessive soil B has increased considerably in the past two decades, especially in the dry areas of the world such as the Mediterranean region and parts of Australia. The objectives of this review are to promote awareness of the widespread occurrence and importance of B toxicity (BT) in dry areas, and to review the availability of BT-tolerant germplasm and progress in breeding cultivars with BT tolerance. The importance of BT was not adequately recognized until the… CONTINUE READING

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