01 Nov 1998

Research into early senescence syndrome in cotton

P Wright

A nutritional disorder resembling the so-called premature senescence syndrome (which has affected cotton in the U.S.) has become quite common to Australia in recent years. The disorder is thought to be related to many factors that influence the supply and distribution of potassium (K) in the plant. Recent efforts by Australian researchers are providing new insights and management options.

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