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Effect of mineral and slow-release nitrogen combinations on the growth of tomato in a coniferous bark medium


, : Effect of mineral and slow-release nitrogen combinations on the growth of tomato in a coniferous bark medium. Acta Horticulturae (82): 43-53

Tomatoes, Sonato, were grown in pots containing conifer bark shredded waste or peat (control). Four mineral N sources, (NH4)2SO4, CaNH4NO3, Ca(NO3)2 and CO(NH2)2, were each applied at 206, 412 or 824 mg N/litre. Each of these was combined with ureaform (ureaformaldehyde) to provide an additional 275, 550 or 825 mg N/litre. CaNH4NO3 was also combined with Osmocote (18-6-12) fertilizer.


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