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Sphagnum or lowmoor peat, pine bark and pine bark compost as a substrate for greenhouse cucumber grown on straw bales



Sphagnum or lowmoor peat, pine bark and pine bark compost as a substrate for greenhouse cucumber grown on straw bales



Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Gent 38(4): 2023-2027



Pressed straw in bales reached the highest temperature (54 deg C) and maintained it longer (>40 deg during the first three weeks, falling to the glasshouse temperature of 22-24 deg after six weeks) than mill waste or horse manure. Loose straw was least effective in this respect.

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