Understanding why aluminium and other trace metals are toxic to plants - the key to improving crop yield in degraded soils [ 2012 - 2016 ]

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Researchers Dr Peter Kopittke

Brief description Aluminium toxicity drastically reduces plant growth in acid soils, costing Australia approximately $1.5 billion per annum in lost productivity. This project will aim to identify the reasons behind the toxicities of aluminium and other metals and has the potential to increase yields in 50 per cent of Australia’s agricultural land which is acidic.

Funding Amount 702828

Funding Scheme Future Fellowships

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