Mineral Content in Leaves of Tomato Plants Grafted on Solanum Rootstocks

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松添, 直隆 ; 間, 浩美 ; 花田, 勝美 ; モハメド, アリ ; 大久保, 敬 ; 藤枝, 國光 (1995)
  • Publisher: 九州大學農學部
  • Journal: 九州大學農學部學藝雜誌, volume 49, issue 3/4, pages 143-148 (issn: 0368-6264)
  • Subject: horticulture | 台木 | 接ぎ木 | solanum rootstocks | 園芸学 | grafting | tomato | stock | ナス属植物 | トマト
    mesheuropmc: food and beverages | fungi

Nutrient uptake of tomato plants cv. Momotaro grafted on Solanum sisymbriifoliulm, S. torvum and S. toxicarium which are resistant to soil-born disease were compared with tomato grafted on its own root, a tomato/tomato, scion/rootstock combination. Mineral content in leaves of tomato/S. sisymbriifoliulm was nearly equal to that of tomato/tomato. In leaves of tomato/S. torvum, nitrogen content was higher, and magnesium content was lower than those of tomato/tomato. Furthermore, phosphorus and magnesium content in leaves of tomato/ S. toxicarium was low as compared with that of tomato/tomato.
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