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Physiological problems of experiments with cauliflower in growth chambers

, : Physiological problems of experiments with cauliflower in growth chambers. Acta Horticulturae (39): 105-113

Cauliflowers grown in growth chambers suffered from tipburn of the young leaves and a "glassy" condition of the curds. Data are graphically presented on the leaf and curd B and Ca contents. Both symptoms were caused by Ca deficiency in the respective tissues, despite high Ca supply to the roots.

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