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Effect of mineral fertilization on the productivity and some quality indices of the white head cabbage


, : Effect of mineral fertilization on the productivity and some quality indices of the white head cabbage. Acta Horticulturae (29): 373-383

N and P2O5 were applied from 120 to 480 kg/ha and K2O from 120 to 360 kg/ha to cabbage growing on strongly leached meadow cinnamon soil.

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