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26-10-2021 | Original Article / Originalbeitrag

Effects of Irrigation Water in Different Salinity on Yield and Quality Parameters of Tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) Plant

Salinity affects many areas in our country and around the world, resulting in dramatic reductions in plant yields. In this study, the plant yield, some plant quality parameters, and soil salinity in the plant root area were investigated by …

26-10-2021 | Original Article / Originalbeitrag

Effects of Deficit Irrigation and Fertilization on Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Willd.) Water Status and Yield Productions

Worldwide population is in permanent growth, leading to an over-presser on the food resources. This demand leads to an over-exploitation of land and water resources. Recently, the quinoa plant has attracted attention as alternative crop with high …

26-10-2021 | Mitteilungen

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19-10-2021 | Original Article / Originalbeitrag

Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi Alleviate the Negative Effect of Temperature Stress in Millet Lines with Contrasting Soil Aggregation Potential

Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) establish a mutualistic symbiosis with several plants and play a key role in improving plant growth, tolerance to abiotic and biotic stresses as well as the soil structure. This work aimed at elucidating the AMF …

14-10-2021 | Original Article / Originalbeitrag

Unraveling Wheat Grain Quality, Physiological Indices, Dry Matter Accumulation, and Attenuating Water Stress Adverse Effect Via Foliar Potassium Application at Different Growth Stages

Water resources are increasingly scarce, and in drought prone production systems, the capability of the plant to recover its adverse effects is important for yield stability. There is an urgent need to develop water-saving strategies for wheat …

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Gesunde Pflanzen (Healthy Plants) publishes practical contributions to the study of plant protection in agriculture, forestry, horticulture and public land and its implications for the environmental and consumer protection and legal issues.
Topics ranges from measures and procedures to reduce the risk of infection, to the development and application of non-chemical and chemical control strategies and procedures, to the impact of plant protection to the environment, securing food and general issues such as benefits and risks and to the development of new technologies.
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