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Effects of a commercial calcium protein hydrolysate on the salt tolerance of Diospyros kaki L. cv. “Rojo Brillante” grafton Diospyros lotus L. 02/2015 ( de 12) Scientific Article
(Scientia Horticulturae 185 (2015))
Diospyros lotus L. is advantageous used as rootstock for Diospyros kaki L. cv. “Rojo Brillante” in most plantations of Eastern Spain. However, one of the few drawbacks of D. lotus L. as rootstock, is ...

Effect of Optimus® on the appearance and quality of tangerine and lemon irrigated with low quality water 02/2013 ( de 12) Scientific Article
(ACTAS DE HORTICULTURA Nº60)
Citrus fruits have a high sensitivity to saline water, which reduce their productivity and the quality of the fruit. This study evaluates the effect of Optimus ®, an inducer of resistance to salinity ...

6th Iberian Conference on Horticultural Sciences 06/2009 ( de 12) Scientific Communication
(Logroño, España)
In order to evaluate the physiological changes that determine the tolerance to salinity induced by StresSal and to learn as much as possible about the mechanism of action of the product, we carried ou...

Salt Tolerance Induced by the Osmotic Regulator StresSal 06/2009 ( de 12) Scientific Article
(Actas de Horticultura Nº54)
In order to evaluate the physiological changes that determine the tolerance to salinity induced by StresSal, and to learn as much as possible about the mechanism of action of the product, we carried o...

Calcium to Correct Apical Necrosis in Tomatoes 01/1998 ( de 12) Scientific Article
(Horticultrua 126, pg. 90-92)
The application of the different sources of calcium was carried out in the study to both roots and foliage in order to correct apical necrosis in tomatoes grown in saline conditions.

Effects of Fertigation With Two Sources of Calcium on the Nutritional State of Tomato Plants Under Saline Conditions. Possibility of Use in Controlling Blossom-End Rot 09/1997 ( de 12) Scientific Article
(Agrícola Vergel)
In an open-air commercial tomato plantation fertigated with saline water (mean CE of the water used: 5.2 dS m-1), we studied the effect on the incidence of apical necrosis (blossom-end rot) and the nu...

94th Annual Conference of the American Society for Horticultural Science 07/1997 ( de 12) Scientific Communication
(Salt Lake City, Utah, USA)
Effect on Yield and incidence of Blossom-end of Foliar Applying Calcium Products on tomato cultivated in saline conditions

Effect of the Use of Two Calcium Compounds in Fertigation on the Nutritional State and Incidence of Apical Necrosis in the Tomato Plant Under Saline Conditions 05/1997 ( de 12) Poster
(I Congreso Ibérico, III Nacional de Fertirrigación,Murcia-España)
The objective of this study was to determine the effects of two sources of calcium applied by fertigation on the incidence of apical necrosis in tomato crops in saline conditions. The treatments teste...

Correction of Blossom-End Rot in Tomato Plants Under Saline Conditions Through the Application of Different Sources of Calcium 03/1997 ( de 12) Scientific Article
(Actas de Horticultura, Nº 16)
Leaf application and fertigation with AminoQuelant-Ca and leaf application of EDTA-Ca considerably reduced the incidence of blossom-end rot (BER)

Development of Galia Melon Seedlings Under Saline Conditions 11/1995 ( de 12) Scientific Article
(PHM Revue Horticole, nº364)
Adding amino acids may allow plants to adapt to saline conditions. A protein enzyme hydrolysate was applied to young Reviga cultivar melon plants in saline conditions. This produced an increase in pla...

Effect of Application of Amino Acids in Melon Seedlings Subjected to Salt Stress 07/1995 ( de 12) Scientific Article
(Agrícola Vergel)
It is well known that there is a large increase in some amino acids, such as proline, that are produced in the cytoplasm of plant cells under conditions of high salinity and that this effect plays a v...

2nd Iberian Conference on Horticultural Sciences 04/1993 ( de 12) Scientific Communication
(Zaragoza, España)
Growth in seed bed of Galia melon in saline conditions. Effect of the application of a protein enzyme hydrolysate

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