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Tulip root behaviour and aeration requirements


, : Tulip root behaviour and aeration requirements. Acta Horticulturae (23): 318-325

The minimum aeration requirements of tulip roots were measured in soil-filled plastic cylinders. Aeration was regulated by altering the composition of the gas mixture above the soil. A very high level of aeration was not beneficial nor were the roots especially sensitive to a short period of anaerobiosis.


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