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Studies on the salt tolerance of various poplar and willow species and clones in the laboratory and field


, : Studies on the salt tolerance of various poplar and willow species and clones in the laboratory and field. European Journal of Forest Pathology 3(1): 24-38

The tolerance of 10 black and 10 grey poplar, and 36 willow clones was tested by repeatedly dipping shoots into conc. NaCl sol.

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