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Experiments with roses in different systems of recirculating nutrient solution and different growing media

, : Experiments with roses in different systems of recirculating nutrient solution and different growing media. Acta Horticulturae (82): 99-108

Roses were grown under glass in 3 different systems of recirculating nutrient solution: (1) in plastic channels with a nutrient film, (2) on 5-cm rockwool (Grodan) matting, and (3) on a filter mat (Vatex). The plants were potted in Grodan, peat, 3:1 peat:bark or 1:3 peat:bark media. For comparison, roses were also grown conventionally in peat, 3:1 peat:bark, 1:3 peat:bark or bark.

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