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Factors affecting arsenic injury to lowbush blueberry foliage


, : Factors affecting arsenic injury to lowbush blueberry foliage. Phytoprotection 52(3): 95-99

Tests on the toxicity of calcium arsenate dust to lowbush blueberry plants were carried out under controlled conditions in the laboratory in Nova Scotia. The dust, which was mixture of 35% tricalcium arsenate and 65% inert ingredients, was applied to the plants at rates of 8.9, 17.8 or 26.7 kg/ha at temperatures varying from 18 to 30 deg C and at relative humidities varying from 66 to 92%.

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