Rootstock and scion effects on the leaf nutrient composition of citrus trees

@inproceedings{irnsey1993RootstockAS,
  title={Rootstock and scion effects on the leaf nutrient composition of citrus trees},
  author={R. T. irnsey},
  year={1993}
}
Summary. Four long-term citrus rootstock trials (navel orange, mandarin, Valencia orange, and lime soil trial) established at Irymple, in the Sunraysia district of Victoria, were tested for leaf nutrient composition in each of 2 years. Scion or rootstock significantly influenced leaf nutrient composition in orange and mandarin trees in all 4 trials. Poncirus trifoliata and citrange rootstocks and Ellendale tangor scion resulted in high to moderate leaf N, P, and K concentrations, while Symons… CONTINUE READING

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