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The effect of saline irrigation water on some vegetables under glass

, : The effect of saline irrigation water on some vegetables under glass. Acta Horticulturae (35): 75-85

Increasing the electrical conductivity of the irrigation water by 1 mmho/cm at 25 deg C reduced the yields of glasshouse lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers by 4, 7 and 14%, respectively, whereas spinach yields were not affected.

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