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The application of synthetic media in plant propagation


, : The application of synthetic media in plant propagation. Acta Horticulturae (26): 159-164

The physical properties of plastic foams as soil amendments are discussed, with data on Hygromull (ureaformaldehyde foam), Styromull (expanded polystyrene flakes), Nutri-Foam (polythene foam) and other preparations.

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