4.3. Electrical Conductivity of the Substrate
This protocol is extracted from research article:
Responses to Salinity in Four Plantago Species from Tunisia
Plants (Basel), Jul 7, 2021; DOI: 10.3390/plants10071392

The electrical conductivity of the substrate (EC1:5) was measured at the end of the treatments. The samples were collected from five pots per species and treatment, and air-dried. Then, a substrate: deionised water (1:5) mix was prepared by stirring at 600 rpm at room temperature. The suspension was filtered through filter paper, and the EC was measured with a Crison 522 conductivity-meter (Crison Instruments, Barcelona, Spain) and expressed in dS m−1.

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