Plant related silicon research in Canada. Not logged in Effects of silicon fertilization on disease development and yields of rice in Colombia. KorndOrfer (Editors) Chapter 12 Silicon sources for agriculture Gary J. Gascho Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Coastal Plain Experiment Station, University of Georgia, P. O. Chapter 7. Anim Feed Sci Technol 130:137–171, Vintikova H (1964) A contribution to study on efficiency of silicate bacteria. Chapter 13. The participants, all of whom are active in agricultural science, with an emphasis on crop production, presented, and were presented with, a wealth of evidence that silicon plays a multitude of functions in the real world of plant life. More recently, other crop species including orchids, daisies and yucca were reported to respond to silicon accumulation and plant growth/disease control. Datnoff, G.H. They considered the element Si, second only to oxygen in quantity in soils, and absorbed by many plants in amounts roughly equivalent to those of such nutrients as sulfur or magnesium. Dr. Gaspar H. Korndörfer is Professor of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Federal University of Uberlândia, Brazil. In: Datnoff LE, Snyder GH, Korndörfer GH (eds) Silicon in agriculture. Sci World J 2014:521703. Some species, including such staples as rice, may contain this element in amounts as great as or even greater than any other inorganic constituent. We are always looking for ways to improve customer experience on Elsevier.com. In: Staples RC (ed) Salinity tolerance in plants: strategies for crop improvement. However, the physiological, biochemical, molecular and functional mechanisms of silicon activity under various stresses are poorly documented. Prog Nucl Asid Res 40:221–253, Bond R, McAuliffe JC (2003) Silicon biotechnology: new opportunities for carbohydrate science. 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This service is more advanced with JavaScript available, Sustainable Agriculture Reviews If you wish to place a tax exempt order The culture solutions used for the hydroponic production of high-priced crops such as cucumbers and roses in many areas (The Netherlands for example) routinely included silicon, mainly for disease control. Dr. Datnoff is a former Associate Editor of Plant Disease, a Fulbright Scholar and a recipient of the University of Florida-Institute for Food and Agricultural Sciences' Interdisciplinary Team Research Award. Silicon in Agriculture From Theory to Practice. At the same time, it discusses the future interdisciplinary research that will be needed to further our knowledge and potential applications of Si in agriculture and in the environmental sciences in general. Silicon as a beneficial element for crop plants. COVID-19 Update: We are currently shipping orders daily. 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