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Efficiency of capillary mattings for growing potplants


, : Efficiency of capillary mattings for growing potplants. Acta Horticulturae (82): 231-243

In a comparison of 15 types of capillary matting, Bondina appeared to be the best, showing very good water absorption speed and distribution and good water storage capacity, capillary attraction and tensile strength.

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