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foliar

[′fō·lē·ər]
(botany)
Of, pertaining to, or consisting of leaves.
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Concentracion foliar de N-P-K: tres meses despues de la aplicacion de cada tratamiento se hicieron muestreos foliares (Fairhurst y Hardter, 2003) en la hoja 17 por ser esta la que mejor representa el estado nutrimental de palmas maduras.
To recover boron deficiency foliar boronspray is considered to be a fast and target oriented method.
CONCENTRACAO FOLIAR DE MACRONUTRIENTES EM DIFERENTES ETAPAS FENOLOGICAS DO LITCHI cv.
Thus, MLE being rich in zeatin, a cytokinin maintained the green photosynthetic area and enhanced grain filling that might contributed towards improved grain yield when applied as SP or in combination with foliar.
2] did not observe any changes in soybean height, root length, leaf area, and shoot or root biomass following foliar applications of chitosan, despite an increase in photosynthesis.
1] = Soil application of FYM @ 100gm/pot+ Neem cake @ 100 gm+ seedling treatment with formulation of Azotobacter @ 5% + foliar spray of Mancozeb @ 0.
By observing positive effects of thiourea on plants, this study was carried out to evaluate the response of late sown wheat to foliar applied thiourea at tillering, jointing and booting stages and optimized the suitable concentration of thiourea for better growth of late sown wheat.
Therefore, this study aimed to evaluate the production of 'Formosa' papaya seedlings in substrate containing carnauba wax residue and under foliar fertilization.
Contudo, em hortalicas, o ciclo cultural e muito curto e, na maioria dos casos, a amostragem para avaliacao do estado nutricional pelo metodo de diagnose foliar e realizada entre a metade e dois tercos do ciclo, como e o caso da melancieira (Trani & Raij, 1997).
2 Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis of Foliar Fertilizer
Key words: Antioxidant enzyme activity, Drought stress, Foliar application, Salicylic acid, Zinc.
2014) describieron en bovinos el consumo de limbo foliar (lamina de la hoja) de Ricinus communis L.