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Nitrogen fertilization in tulip bulb production in Japan


, : Nitrogen fertilization in tulip bulb production in Japan. Acta Horticulturae (47): 347-352

In sand culture experiments with tulips it was found that for maximum bulb yield it was necessary to supply N, from shoot emergence until flowering, at rates which would maintain the N content of daughter bulbs at about 1.6% of dry matter during the period of flowering to bulb lifting.


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