Ionic thiocyanate (SCN(-)) production, fate, and phytotoxicity in soil amended with Brassicaceae seed meals.

@article{Hansson2008IonicT,
  title={Ionic thiocyanate (SCN(-)) production, fate, and phytotoxicity in soil amended with Brassicaceae seed meals.},
  author={Daniel Hansson and Matthew J Morra and Vladimir Borek and Andr{\'e} J. Snyder and Jodi L. Johnson-Maynard and Donald C. Thill},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2008},
  volume={56 11},
  pages={
          3912-7
        }
}
Brassicaceae seed meals produce ionic thiocyanate (SCN (-)), a bioherbicidal compound. This study determined the fate of SCN (-) in a field soil amended with seed meals of Sinapis alba, Brassica juncea, and Brassica napus and quantified crop phytotoxicity by monitoring carrot ( Daucus carota) emergence. Meals were applied at 1 or 2 t ha (-1), and soils were sampled to 35 cm for SCN (-). Maximum SCN (-) (211 micromol kg (-1) of soil) was measured at 5 days in 0-5 cm samples from plots amended… CONTINUE READING

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