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Home Publications National Nursery Proceedings 1979 The Saline Soil Syndrome and its Effect on Bare-root Production in Two Rocky Mountain Area Nurseries

The Saline Soil Syndrome and its Effect on Bare-root Production in Two Rocky Mountain Area Nurseries

The saline soil syndrome is a complex nutritional disorder affecting conifer seedling growth at Mt. Sopris and Albuquerque Nurseries. This disease appears to be related to reduced uptake and utilization of plant nutrients in saline, calcareous soils. Treatment consists of proper fertilization and promoting leaching of saline soils.


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Author(s): Thomas D. Landis

Publication: National Nursery Proceedings - 1979

Event: Intermountain Nurserymen's Association Meeting
1979 - Aspen, CO

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