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Some factors affecting bromide residues in soil and plant


, : Some factors affecting bromide residues in soil and plant. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Gent 39(2): 1311-1324

Data are presented on the Br- residues in lettuces, cauliflowers, celery, carrots, Phaseolus beans and tomatoes grown in a substrate fumigated with 50 g methyl bromide/m3; in tomato fruits, leaves and roots grown in peat, sandy loam or a mixture of these, and fumigated with 123-200 g methyl bromide/m3; and in lettuces, tomatoes, carrots and spinach receiving different manurial treatments and fumigated with 200 g methyl bromide/m3.

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