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《Journal of Henan Agricultural Sciences》 2009-06
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Effects of Salt Restraint on Lycium barbarum L. in Primary Saline-alkali Soil

ZHANG You-fu1,CHEN Chun-yan1,LIN Hai-ming2(1.Agricultural College,Henan University of Science and Technology,Luoyang 471003,China;2.Agricultural College,Gansu Agricultural University,Lanzhou 730070,China)  
The soluble salt content and different salt ions content of soil were determined in an orchard cultivated Lycium barbarum L.,established on primary saline-alkali soil in Gansu.The soluble salt content in 10-100cm depth soil layer decreased around root of Lycium barbarum L.,especially in 20-40cm soil layer.Cultivating Lycium barbarum L.impacted on salt ions in 0-100cm depth soil layer differently.Of all salt ions,K+,Na+ and Cl-content decreased,Mg2+ content increased,while Ca2+ and SO2-4 had little changes.So it is considered that planting Lycium barbarum L.in original saline-alkali soil decreased the soluble salt content from attribution of decreased univalent ions.
【CateGory Index】: S567.19
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