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Reclamation and regeneration of boron in high-boron soils

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Frank J. Peryea, Washington State University
Frank T. Bingham, University of California

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California Agriculture 38(10):35-35.

Published October 01, 1984

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Not available – first paragraph follows: Although boron is an essential plant nutrient, it becomes toxic to growing plants if excessive levels are present in the root zone. Soils containing high native concentrations of boron occur primarily in arid and semiarid environments where drainage or leaching, or both, are restricted. Soils periodically exposed to water containing appreciable amounts of boron, including groundwater and irrigation water, may also develop elevated levels of the element.

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Reclamation and regeneration of boron in high-boron soils

Frank J. Peryea, Frank T. Bingham
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Reclamation and regeneration of boron in high-boron soils

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Authors

Frank J. Peryea, Washington State University
Frank T. Bingham, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 38(10):35-35.

Published October 01, 1984

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: Although boron is an essential plant nutrient, it becomes toxic to growing plants if excessive levels are present in the root zone. Soils containing high native concentrations of boron occur primarily in arid and semiarid environments where drainage or leaching, or both, are restricted. Soils periodically exposed to water containing appreciable amounts of boron, including groundwater and irrigation water, may also develop elevated levels of the element.

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