Leaf Chlorosis and Seed Yield of Dry Beans Grown on High-pH Calcareous Soil following Foliar Iron Sprays

@inproceedings{Zaiter1992LeafCA,
  title={Leaf Chlorosis and Seed Yield of Dry Beans Grown on High-pH Calcareous Soil following Foliar Iron Sprays},
  author={Haytham Z. Zaiter and Dermot P. Coyne and Virupax C. Baligar and Dale T. Lindgren and Paul T. Nordquist and Walter W. Stroup and L. A. Pavlish},
  year={1992}
}
Iron deficiency chlorosis (FeDC) causes extensive reduction in yields of edi- ble dry beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) grown on high-pH and calcareous soils. Fifteen bean cultivars/lines differing in response to FeDC were grown 2 years (1988 and 1989) on a high-pH (8.0), calcareous (2.3% calcium carbonate equivalent in surface 20 cm), and low-Fe (2.2 mg Fe/kg) Typic Haplustolls silt loam in the field (central Nebraska) to determine the effects of FeDC on seed yield of cultivars/lin es sprayed with… CONTINUE READING

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