Effect of salinity on mango trees
Mango trees are affected when they are irrigated with high salinity water (higher than 1200 ppm), leading to symptoms of trees
Symptoms vary depending on salinity concentration in irrigation water.
If the concentrations are simple, the symptoms are minor (due to the toxicity of chloride) and are burning the top of the leaves and wrapping their edges
When the toxicity increases, the growth stops and the leaves fall and the trees die
In the case of high concentrations of sodium appear on the leaves areas or dead spots and there is a shortage in the area of the paper and change in the plant division (seedlings)
As well as the impact of the upper Almstim and less transpiration and is affected by the process of construction of light
Varieties vary in their susceptibility to salinity, where it is found that the varieties of embryos are more tolerable than the single-fetal species and the seedlings are more tolerant than the grafted trees.
Mango is best tolerated for saline-bearing assets if saline water is high salinity
The origin of sugar Ismaili is one of the best assets currently used in Egypt and tolerates salinity, where salt salinity 1200 to 1500 ppm
The use of the Taro Sal product from the Spanish company is a 100% natural product and has no period of prohibition
The compound contains a high percentage of organic acids with high capacity to absorb the largest percentage of calcium cations, which replace sodium on soil granules composed of sodium carbonate solubility, which is washed with irrigation water easily and helps the solubility of fertilizers added to the soil and thus increase the benefit of the plant