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The floricultural centre of Ghent as modelled by its substrata

, : The floricultural centre of Ghent as modelled by its substrata. Acta Horticulturae (37): 1909-1917

Some data are presented on the production of ornamental crops in Ghent and on the use of artificial growing media (pine needle litter, peat and other substrates).

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