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The control of blossom-end rot of tomato and tipburn in lettuce by using the proper fertilization


, : The control of blossom-end rot of tomato and tipburn in lettuce by using the proper fertilization. Acta Horticulturae (29): 327-339

Seven weekly applications of CaCl2 at 0.4 % or Ca(NO3)2 at 0.5 % to green fruit gave very good control of blossom-end rot but spraying the leaves only gave no positive results.


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