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Experiences with an automatic watering-system for pot-grown vegetables in greenhouses


, : Experiences with an automatic watering-system for pot-grown vegetables in greenhouses. Acta Horticulturae (35): 71-73

An automatic watering and fertilizing system for pot-grown vegetables is described, which incorporates a tensiometer and a mercury vacuum meter controlling trickle irrigation to individual pots.

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