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Relations between the climatological conditions and the content of nutrient elements in carnations grown in greenhouses






Acta Horticulturae 1974; (43, II): 349-366

Relations between the climatological conditions and the content of nutrient elements in carnations grown in greenhouses

Three growing media, each containing 1 part sand and 1 part peat with either 2, 3 or 4 parts soil, were compared for carnations White Sim under glass. All media were supplied with a total of 220 g N, 7.5 g P2O5 and 55 g/m2 K2O; the soil in the media contained a relatively high amount of P2O5. Soil, leaf and axillary cutting analyses for N, P2O, K2O, Ca and Mg were made throughout the season.


Accession: 000178622



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