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    • Peach rootstock tolerance to excess zinc in sandy acidic soil 

      Brunetto G; Tiecher TL; Hammerschmitt RK; Basso Facco D; Ferreira PAA; De Conti L; Oliveira Stefanello da Silva L; Mayer NA; Correa Antunes LE; Cesco S; Mimmo T (ISHS, 2017)
      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. ...
    • Photosynthesis and growth of young grapevines intercropped with native grasses in soils contaminated with copper 

      De Conti L; Melo GW; Ceretta CA; Tarouco C; Marques A; Nicoloso F; Tassinari A; Tiecher TL; Cesco S; Mimmo T; Brunetto G (ISHS, 2017)
      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 ...