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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: Zinc interactions

Author
item Wood, Bruce

Submitted to: Pecan Grower
Publication Type: Trade Journal
Publication Acceptance Date: April 15, 2008
Publication Date: May 1, 2008
Citation: Wood, B.W. 2008. Zinc interactions. Pecan Grower. 19(4):42-43.

Interpretive Summary: Zinc deficiency is the most common and probably the most harmful micronutrient deficiency of commercial pecan enterprises. A review is presented of how orchard nutrient element management practices potentially influence tree Zn nutrition. Findings provide background information on how to reduce the incidence and severity of Zn deficiency in pecan trees.

Technical Abstract: The most common and probably the most harmful micronutrient deficiency of commercial pecan enterprises is zinc deficiency. A review is presented of how orchard nutrient element management practices potentially influence tree Zn nutrition. Findings provide background information on how to reduce the incidence and severity of Zn deficiency in pecan trees.

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