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Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences
Year: 2000  |  Volume: 3  |  Issue: 12  |  Page No.: 1998 - 2000

Effect of soil salinity on the performance of some citrus rootstocks at seedling stage

Muhammad Akbar Anjum, Muhammad Abid and Farrukh Naved    

Abstract: As salinity level of the soil was increased (ECe 1.65-8.0 ds m -1) survival percentage, plant height and number of leaves per plant were progressively decreased and toxicity symptoms (tip burning and defoliation) became more pronounced. The performance of Cleopatra mandarin was better at all the ECe levels. Troyer citrange was the most affected rootstock while Red rough lemon, Bitter sweet orange and Volkameriana in the middle.

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