UPTAKE OF FE(O,O-EDDHA) ISOMERS BY STRATEGY I AND II PLANTS

@inproceedings{Alcaiz2005UPTAKEOF,
  title={UPTAKE OF FE(O,O-EDDHA) ISOMERS BY STRATEGY I AND II PLANTS},
  author={Sara Alca{\~n}iz and Mar Cerd{\'a}n and Margarita Ju{\'a}rez and Juana D. Jord{\'a} and Dolores Berm{\'u}dez and A. S{\'a}nchez},
  year={2005}
}
Higher plants are able to develop two different strategies in order to increase iron availability in soils. Strategy I is developed by dicot and non-graminaceous monocot species. Strategy II is developed by graminaceous species. In soils and/or irrigation waters with high bicarbonate content, the activity of Strategy I can be neutralized, causing severe iron deficiency in crops that must be supplied with iron. The iron fertilizer that yields better result consist of the iron chelate Fe(o,o… 

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