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Effect of planting density on dry-matter production and evapotranspiration of tulips

, : Effect of planting density on dry-matter production and evapotranspiration of tulips. Acta Horticulturae (47): 397

The total bulb production and dry matter production of tulips Merry Widow apparently were not affected by the soil moisture regime in trials comparing 5 ground-water levels between 40 and 100 cm below the soil surface. There was a close correlation between measured and computed dry-matter production.

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