2021
DOI: 10.1590/1678-992x-2020-0092
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Abstract: Calcium (Ca) is often supplied to crop species to prevent the occurrence of Ca-related disorders. Mechanisms of Ca absorption and transport are not fully understood and the effectiveness of root and/or foliar Ca fertilization may be variable. To characterize the rate of Ca absorption and transport, trials were developed with chili pepper and sweet cherry plants, using 45 CaCl 2 as a tracer. The Ca treatments supplied were: (1) No 45 Ca (control); (2) 45 Ca soil application; (3) 45 Ca supply to basal leaves, an…

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