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The influence of the root space temperature on the growth of young cucumbers


, : The influence of the root space temperature on the growth of young cucumbers. Acta Horticulturae (39): 153-159

Cucumber plants were grown from December to May in air temperatures of 20 or 25 deg C and root space temperatures of 16-30 deg.

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