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Plant nutrition in hydro- and aeroponic condition (in containers)

, : Plant nutrition in hydro- and aeroponic condition (in containers). Acta Horticulturae (37): 2032-2037

Some data are presented from Russian trials on nutrient absorption by cucumbers in sand or water culture and tomatoes in water culture or sprayed with nutrient solutions (aeroponics).

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