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Ranges of Magnesium Concentrations in Different Crops, Which Were Considered Deficient, Sufficient, or Excessive, Depending on the Crop and the Crop Yield Component Being Considered

Type of Crop

Diagnostic Range (%)

Latin Name

Abelia R. Br. Abeliophyllum Nakai. Abies Mill.

Acalypha hispida Burm.f. Acer L. Achillea L.

Acorus gramineus Ait. Actinidia Lindl. Aeschynanthus radicans Jack Aesculus L. Aglaonema Schott Agrostis L. Ajuga L. Allamanda L. Allium cepa L. Allium sativum L. Alocasia cucullata (Lour.) G. Don. Aloe L.

Alstroemeria L. Amelanchier Medic. Amsonia Walt. Anacardium L. Ananas Mill. Annona L. Anthurium Schott. Antirrhinum L. Aphelandra squarrosa Nees. Apium L.

Arachis hypogaea L. Aralia spinosa L. Araucaria Juss.

Armoracia rusticana P. Gaertn., B. Mey. & Scherb. Artemisia L.

Asarum L. Asclepias L. Asparagus L. Aspidistra elatior Blume Aster L.

Astilbe Buch.-Ham. Ex D. Don Aucuba japonica Thunb.

Common Name

Abelia

White forsythia Fir

Chenille plant

Maple

Yarrow

Japanese sweet flag

Kiwi-fruit

Lipstick plant

Buckeye, horsechestnut

Chinese evergreen

Bent grass

Bugleweed

Allamanda

Onion

Garlic

Chinese taro Aloe

Alstroemeria Serviceberry Blue star Cashew Pineapple

Custard apple, soursop

Anthurium

Snapdragon

Zebra plant

Celery

Peanut or groundnut Devil's walkingstick Bunya-bunya, monkey puzzle tree, Norfolk Island pine Horseradish

Dusty miller, wormwood, tarragon

Ginger or snakeroot

Milkweed

Asparagus

Cast-iron plant

Aster

Lilac rose

Japanese laurel

Sufficient

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