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Metal Interrelationships In Plant Nutrition I. EFFECTS OF SOME METAL TOXICITIES ON SUGAR BEET, TOMATO, OAT, POTATO, AND MARROWSTEM KALE GROWN IN SAND CULTURE

E. J. Hewitt
Published 1953 · Chemistry

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