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Effect of silicon on plant growth and mineral nutrition of maize grown under water-stress conditions


, : Effect of silicon on plant growth and mineral nutrition of maize grown under water-stress conditions. Journal of Plant Nutrition 29(8): 1469-1480

A pot experiment was conducted to study the effect of Si on the physiological attributes and nutritional status of maize DK 647 F<sub>1</sub> under water stress. The treatments comprised: well watered (WW): 100% of soil field capacity (FC); WW + Si1: 100% of FC + 1 mM Si; WW + Si2: 100% of FC + 2 mM Si; water stress (WS): 50% of FC; WS + Si1: 50% of FC + 1 mM Si; and WS + Si2: 50% of FC + 2 mM Si.

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DOI: 10.1080/01904160600837238


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