1 Published as Technical Paper no. 362 with the approval of the Director of the Oregon Agricultural Experiment Stationi as a contribution of the Soils Department. 393 was determined by the A.O.A.C. (1) gravimetric method after a nitrous acid treatment (6) designed to remove . Results The results of our first experiments to determiine the toxic levels of iodides for corn are given in table I. The growth period was 60 days, by TABLE I EFFECT OF IODIDES ON GROWTH AND COMPOSITION IODIDE ADDED TO SOLUTIONS MEAN DRY WEIGHT OF TOPS CONTENT OF TOPS TOTAL IN TOPS CONTENT OF TOPS TOTAL IN TOPS gin. 17.2 + 2.Ot 14.0 + 1.8 11.8 + 1.8 9.9 + 1.5 2.2 + 0.4 0.05 8.6 58 88 439 p.m. pmg. The microgram (y) is 0.001 mg. t The standard error of the mean is used throughout this paper. which time the corn had immature ears. Duplicate jars with 3 plants per jar were used for each treatment, except that in which 5 of was added for which only 1 jar was used. The data show growth repression even at 0.1 of added , while 5 is extremely toxic. Chlorosis is pronounced in
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