BORON NUTRITION OF CROPS IN RELATION TO YIELD AND QUALITY- A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC2097 | Page : 139 - 144
Citation :- BORON NUTRITION OF CROPS IN RELATION TO YIELD AND QUALITY- A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2009.(30):139 - 144
S. Sathya, G. James Pitchai and R. Indirani
Address : Department of Soil and Environment AC & RI, Madurai 625 104, India

Abstract

Boron nutrition of soil and crops has assumed greater importance with the introduction
of high yielding crop varieties under intensive cultivation with high use of chemical
fertilizers. The availability and transformation of B in soil, yield and quality of crops
have a significant bearing in relation to B nutrition. The literature pertaining to the
effect of B on yield and quality of crops are reviewed and presented below.

Keywords

Boron Nutrition Crop Yield Quality Cereals Legums oilseeds.

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