Effects of various grape rootstocks on macro and micro element uptake of ’Cserszegi fűszeres’ grape cultivar

István Fekete, Nándor Rakonczás, Dávid Andrási, Éva Bódi, Béla Kovács


Data on mineral uptake of various scion-cultivar combinations demonstrated in the paper represent preliminary findings of a long term field experiment. The variety collection was established on immune sand soil in 2003. In the experimental field leaf samples were collected from 9 different rootstock and ’Cserszegi fűszeres’ scion cultivars (the same stocks) before vintage of 2011, along with that of own rooted stocks as control. In the samples 9 elements were analysed (K, Ca, Mg, Cu, P, B, Mn, Fe and Zn). Differences were found between mineral composition of leaf samples of rootstocks and ’Cserszegi fűszeres’ scion grafted on them. A consequently higher content of K, Mg, Mn, and Zn was found in scion, and P, Ca, B, Cu, Fe in rootstock leaf samples.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17628/ecb.2012.1.524-527


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