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10338. Morrow, L.. 1992. Chloride fertilizers.. Growers Guide, Feb. 1992, p.A6.
Chloride is provided when KCl fertilizers are used. It affects photosynthesis, enzyme activation, cation transport, stomatal activities and other processes. In soil, Cl inhibits the conversion of ammonium to nitrate. This maintains a lower pH near the root. Cl increases the number of non-pathogenic organisms in the rhizosphere. Cl competes with nitrate for plant uptake, and reduces plant nitrate levels, which can also reduce certain plant diseases. Take-all, tanspot, stripe rust, septoria, leaf rust, and common root rot have all bee suppressed by chloride.
4694. Murray, G.A.. 1976. N-serve and its potential use in northern Idaho.. ID Agr. Expt. Sta. CIS #313.
Nitrification inhibitor; apply with anhydrous or aqua ammonia; must be incorporated; use rate of 1/2-1 qt/ac; most effective on forest-type soils, with a clay layer; not effective when used in spring; cost about $3.50/ac; not recommended for deep Palouse type soils. T: wheat yields, N rates.