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A study of the efficiency of some local foliar fertilizers in greenhouse tomato growing


, : A study of the efficiency of some local foliar fertilizers in greenhouse tomato growing. Acta Horticulturae (58): 235-239

In 3-year trials with several foliar fertilizers, fruit ripening was accelerated and yields and fruit quality were enhanced.

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