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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 4

Article Title

Manganese deficiency in vegetables

Authors

L T. Jones

Keywords

Vegetables, Manganese, Trace element deficiencies, Western Australia

First Page Number

88

Last Page Number

89

Abstract

MANGANESE is one of the essential mineral plant foods. It is grouped with four other "trace elements," or "minor elements"—molybdenum, copper, zinc and boron, which are all needed in very small amounts, but nevertheless are essential to the healthy growth of the plant.

The most prevalent trace element deficiency with vegetable crops in the metropolitan area is that of manganese.

Erratum

This article attached to There is no mystery about 1080 A R. Tomlinson Vol1 No 1 p88

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