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The use of plant analysis in studies of the nutrition system of vegetable plants grown for seed production

, : The use of plant analysis in studies of the nutrition system of vegetable plants grown for seed production. Acta Horticulturae (29): 69-79

The distribution of different nutrients in onion bulbs, leaves, flower stalks, blossom and seed was determined. Chemical plant analysis gave a very accurate picture of onion nutrient requirements and utilization during different growth phases.

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