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The effect of cover crops in alleviating copper toxicity in grapevine plants
(Future IPM 3.0, 2017)
Photosynthesis and growth of young grapevines intercropped with native grasses in soils contaminated with copper
High copper (Cu) contents in vineyard soils characterized by long-term use of Cu-containing fungicides may cause physiological and nutritional disorders in young grapevines, limiting plant growth and sometimes compromising ...
Peach rootstock tolerance to excess zinc in sandy acidic soil
In some areas dedicated to the cultivation of peach plants, soils are characterized by high levels of zinc (Zn) as a consequence of successive applications of Zn-containing fungicides and/or of animal manure as fertilizers. ...