The Plants Which Are Sensitive To Use Chloride-based Compound Fertilizer
Jun 30, 2016

Many plants are sensitive to the chloride ion, it is essential to use chloride-free fertilizers or caution to use chloride-based compound fertilizers, which can cause to decrease yield and quality of the crops, those plants is commonly referred bogey-chlorine plants.When chloride ions concent in bogey-chlorine plants are more, it will effect the sugar convert to starch then cause the starch content of roots and tubers reduce. Chloride ions can promote carbohydrate tohydrolysis, such as watermelon, beets, grapes will reduce the sugar content. High chloride ions contect will affect tobacco flammability, easy to turn off the cigarette.High chloride ions content often cause harm to sensitive plants seedling crop. Tobacco, potato, sweet potato, sugar cane, watermelon, grapes, oranges, beets, apples, tea, cabbage, peppers, lettuce, spinach, etc. are bogey-chlorine plants. Chlorine will adversely affect the Solanaceae crops. Soybeans, green beans anti-chlorine performance is weak.


Tobacco

Potato

Sweet Potato

Sugar Cane

Watermelon

Grape

Orange/Tangerine

Beet

Apple

Tea

Cabbage

Pepper

Lettuce

Spinach

Soybean

Green Bean