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Symposium on peat in horticulture. Noordwijk, Netherlands, April, 1975


, : Symposium on peat in horticulture. Noordwijk, Netherlands, April, 1975. Acta Horticulturae (50): 171

The following are a selection of the horticulturally interesting papers: Effect of manganese and sulphur fertilization on growth and yield of onions grown on alkaline low moor peat soil, by J. Rumpel and J. Robak; Peat substrate as a growth medium for cucumber, by C. Sonneveld and S.J. Voogt; Peat and other organic materials repeatedly used for greenhouse grown vegetables, by T. Pudelski; Growing vegetable crops in rockwool and other media, by F.


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