Biochemical Indications as a means of distinguishing between Iron and Manganese Deficiency Symptoms in Citrus Plants

Abstract

IRON and manganese deficiencies are widespread in many citrus-gcowing areas throughout the world, including Israel. Similarity of the visual symptoms of these deficiencies, in some stages (Fig. 1), makes differentiation difficult1.

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BAR-AKIVA, A. Biochemical Indications as a means of distinguishing between Iron and Manganese Deficiency Symptoms in Citrus Plants. Nature 190, 647–648 (1961). https://doi.org/10.1038/190647a0

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