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The Effect of Potassium on the Controlling of Salt in Evening Primrose (Oenothera macrocarpa)
Majallah-i ̒Ulum-i Bāghbānī
Salinity has been recognized as one of the major abiotic factors affecting crop yields in arid and semi-arid irrigated areas of the world and efforts for breeding salt-resistant crop plants have been made. Approximately one-third of the world irrigated soils and a large proportion of soils in dry land are saline. Two major effects have been identified as the probable causes of high salt toxicity in crop plant i.e., the ionic effect and the osmotic effect. The ionic effect results in alterationsdoi:10.22067/jhorts4.v29i4.25222 doaj:b2feae7bab6547908c855fbf929bcaab fatcat:ooyoduahcngrtnbaqa2pqb6lgq