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Plant specific nutrition and preparation of nutrient solutions


, : Plant specific nutrition and preparation of nutrient solutions. Acta Horticulturae (82): 109-112

Samples of high quality ornamental pot plants from various commercial sources were analysed for major and minor nutrients and the findings related to the composition of the irrigation water.

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