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Screening for salt tolerance in native and exotic shrub willow
(University of Saskatchewan, 2010-03-31)
Dryland salinity is a significant agronomic problem across the Canadian prairies, with an estimated four million hectares of salt-affected land. The potential exists to make better use of saline marginal lands by developing ...
How well does camelina tolerate root zone salinity?
Crops of CS15 camelina and InVigor 9590 canola grown in saline rooting media were evaluated for plant emergence, height growth, grain yield, and oil production. The experiment utilized Canada’s Salinity Tolerance Testing ...
Salinity tolerance screening for biodiesel cultivars
Phytoremediation of brine-affected soil with salt-tolerant plants: a screening study
Phytoremediation is an attractive alternative to traditional soil remediation for brine-affected areas. Potential phytoremediation plants must possess several key characteristics including adaptation to semi-arid climate, ...