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Irrigation and Melioration

Article Title

EFFECTS OF DROUGHT AND SALT CONDITIONS ON THE GERMINATION OF SALT REMOVING SPECIES

Abstract

This article focused on tolerance of the halophytic species to saline of soil condition and tolarance to drought and hot conditions, to compare higher dry mass and mineral compositions in the vegetation period.

First Page

34

Last Page

37

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