Effects of humic acid-herbicide interactions on the growth of Pisum sativum in nutrient solution

@article{Senesi2004EffectsOH,
  title={Effects of humic acid-herbicide interactions on the growth of Pisum sativum in nutrient solution},
  author={Nicola Senesi and Elisabetta Loffredo and Giada Padovano},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={127},
  pages={41-47}
}
Slight increases in root length and dry matter production were measured in roots and shoots of Pisum sativum seedlings, when germinated seeds were grown for eight days in a controlled environment chamber, on Nitch nutrient solution to which 10 mg L-1 soil humic acid (HA) had been added. A concentration of 100 mg L-1 of HA produced a small reduction in dry matter production of shoots. In the presence of herbicides, 10 mg L-1 cycluron or 100 mg L-1 prometone, root elongation and shoot growth was… CONTINUE READING
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