When a little salt is good for you — using salinity to improve crop growth
Soil salinity, mainly associated with sodium chloride (NaCl), severely affects about 1 million hectares of agricultural land in Western Australia. Potassium (K) deficiency also is increasingly common in this region due to greater removal of K in hay, grain and straw than fertilizer K input over many years.
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