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Magnesia Carbonica

From the homeopathic pharmacopoeia

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Effect on plants -

   
Named Issues
Wilting, temperature shock, frost shock. Chlorosis, dirty yellow. Windburn, damping off. (3)
damping off, Rhizoctonia, Pythium sp., Phytophthora spp., Thielaviopsis basicola, Sclerotium rolfsii, Macrophomina phaseoli, Botrytis, aphonomyces, Fusarium, Cylindrocladium. (244)
Lack of vigour (1837)
 
General Appearance
Puny, sickly looking plants which do not thrive on acidic soils or have been given unsuitable nutrients. (3)
Vesicles, wilting, wind burn. Plant low and thin. (244)
Weak plants not thriving. (337)
 
Roots
Vesicles on the roots, which are too dry under the epidermis. The plants are very thirsty and wilt more in the evening when the sun sets (3)
Dried roots under epi-dermis (244)
 
Stem/trunk and bark - capillary system
Capillary system is engorged, its action impaired (3)
 
Leaves
Photosynthesis is impaired, protein content is low. Yellowing of the leaves, marbling between the veins. These spots become necrotic. The appearance is similar to yellow dwarf virus symptoms. The oldest leaves are least affected, later also the younger leaves. The veins and the midrib remain green. The leaves fold backward as they die. At the back of the leaves the interveinal areas are pink. yellowing of the leaf tips and margin, leaving a dark green tongue at the leaf base. Chlorosis increases and leaf scorch sets in on the margin. Older leaves are most affected. (3)
Chlorosis in general. Impaired photosynthesis (244)
 
Flowers
Abortion of flowers, lack of flowering, sensitivity to cold temperatures. (244)
 
Generative organs
The flowers have incomplete or no stamen (3)
Stamen immature or absent. (244)
 
Fruit
impaired or absent fruiting (3)
Absent fruit. (244)
 
Seed
 
Notes and Academic Papers
Nutritional deficiency or excess of lime, heavy metal poisoning. Worse in the afternoon, by temperature changes. Enhanced by a mild wind. (244)
A good tonic or fertiliser in the first phase of growth.
Sensitive to cold. (337)
... difficulties in nutrient absorption, excess/deficiency of Mg or Ca, intolerance to low temperatures, absence or deficiency in flowering. (1837)
 

Effect on Soil -

 
Soil characterisation
 
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Top soil
Magnesium deficiencies (337)
 
Drainage
 
Sub soil
 
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Effects on compost and manure -

 

Syndrome

 
Heap surface
 
Inner heap
Recommended when the aim is to conserve organic matter and if the waste available for composting is easily decomposable (low C/N ratio). (1837)
 
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Notes and Academic Papers
Nutritional deficiency or excess of lime, heavy metal poisoning. Worse in the afternoon, by temperature changes. Enhanced by a mild wind. (244)
A good tonic or fertiliser in the first phase of growth.
Sensitive to cold. (337)
... difficulties in nutrient absorption, excess/deficiency of Mg or Ca, intolerance to low temperatures, absence or deficiency in flowering. (1837)
 


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