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Proceedings of the first symposium on artificial media in horticulture

, : Proceedings of the first symposium on artificial media in horticulture. Acta Horticulturae (37): 1909-2062

The papers presented at this symposium held in Ghent, Belgium, from 10 to 13 September, 1973, included the following: Bases of production, examination and use of growth media, by F. Penningsfeld; Physical properties of peat used in horticulture, by V. Puustjarvi; The properties of the normally used substrates in the region of Ghent, by O. Verdonck, I. Cappaert and M.

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