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Literatuur over choline-gestabiliseerd Orthosiliciumzuur voor planten
1. Effect of different grades of diatomite as silicon source on growth and yield of aerobic rice. Annals of Plant and Soil Research 17, 368-372. Anonymous. 2019. The Fertiliser (Control) Order 1985, Reprinted in 2019. The Fertiliser Association of India, New Delhi. Ashok, L.B., Swamy, G.S.K. and Prakash, N.B. 2017.
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3. Effect of foliar silicic acid and boric acid in Bangalore blue grapes. Paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Silicon in Agriculture, held during 13th to 19th September, 2011 at Beijing, China, page no. 7. Cate, R.B. and Nelson, L.A. 1965.
4. Effect of foliar silicic acid on growth and yield attributes of rose cut flowers (Rosa hybrid L.). Plant Archives 15, 931-937. Chikkur, S., Prakash, N.B., Parameshwar, A.S. and Rajeshwari, L. 2015b. .
5a. Effect of different sources of silicon on spinach grown in chromium contaminated soil. International Journal of Chemical Studies 6(5), 68-71. Haroon, M., Bhat, A.S., Prakash, N.B., Rangaswamy, K.T. and Lingaiah. H.B. 2020.
5.b Effect of silicon on incidence and severity of purple blotch disease (Alternaria porri (Ellis) Cif.) in onion (Allium cepa L.). International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 9, 429-439. http://faostat.fao.org/site/339/default.aspx, data retrieved on the 22nd August 2020 Hodson, M.J., White, P.J., Mead, A. and Broadley, M.R., 2005.
6. Phylogenetic variation in the silicon composition of plants. Annals of Botany, 96(6), pp.1027- 1046. Jeer, M., Yele, Y., Sharma, K.C. and Prakash N.B. 2020. Exogenous application of different silicon sources and potassium reduces pink stem borer damage and improves photosynthesis, yield and related parameters in wheat. Silicon. (DOI:10.1007/s12633-020- 00481-7). Kadalli, G.G., Asha, B.R. and Prakash, N.B. 2017.
7. Effect of diatomite as a silicon source on growth, yield and quality of potato. 151 Indian Journal of Fertilisers 17 (2) Prakash et al. 72. Paper presented at the 7th International Conference on Silicon in Agriculture, held during 25th to 28th October, 2017, Bengaluru, India, page no. 136. Kalatippi, A.S., Swamy, G.S.K., Kumbargire, G.A. and Prakash, N.B. 2017.
8. Effect of diatomaceous earth on chlorophyll content of leaves, yield and disease occurrence in pomegranate, var. Kesar. International Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 5, 1298-1303. Kedarnath, Rangaswamy, K.T., Prakash, N.B., Nagaraju, N., Lakshminarayana Reddy, C.N. and Narasegowda, N.C. 2016.
9. Effect of calcium silicate and need-based nitrogen on pest management in aerobic rice (Oryza sativa). International Journal of Plant Protection 9, 133-136. Laxmanarayanan, M., Prakash, N.B., Prabhudev, Dhumgond, Shruthi and Shrenivas, Ashrit. 2020.
10. Slag based gypsum as a source of sulphur, calcium and silicon and its effect on soil fertility and yield and quality of groundnut in Southern India. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 20, 2698–2713.
11. Majumdar, S. and Prakash, N.B. 2020b. An overview on the potential of silicon in promoting defence against biotic and abiotic stresses in sugarcane. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/ s42729-020-00269-z).
12. Nagaratna, W., Kalleshwaraswamy, C. M., Dhananjaya, B. C., Sharanabasappa, Prakash. N. B., 2021, Effect of silicon and plant growth regulators on the biology and fitness of fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda, a Recently invaded pest of maize in India. Silicon, https://doi.org/10.1007/s12633-020r-00901-8.
13. Pallavi, T. and Prakash, N.B. 2021. Yield, quality and nutrient content of tomato in response to soil drenching of silicic acid. Agricultural Research. https:// doi.org/10.1007/s40003-020-00526-8.
14. Sandhya, T.S., Prakash, N.B., Nagaraja, A. and Nanja Reddy, Y. A. 2020. Effect of foliar silicic acid on growth, nutrient uptake and blast disease resistance of finger millet [Eleusine coracana (L.) Gaertn.]. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 9, 2111-2121.
15. Tapasya, B. and Prakash, N.B. 2017. Effect of silicon amendment on soil-cadmium availability and uptake in rice grown in different moisture regimes. Journal of Plant Nutrition 40, 2440–2457.
16. Yogendra, N.D., Prakash, N.B., Manuja, C.A, Malagi, M.T., Mahendra Kumar and Kumara, B. H. 2015. Effect of different sources of silicon on growth, yield and nutrient uptake of wetland rice. Ecology Environment and Conservation 21, 503-506.