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Biochemical peculiarities of tomato plants under the influence of filtered light, mineral nutrition and of some stimulators


, : Biochemical peculiarities of tomato plants under the influence of filtered light, mineral nutrition and of some stimulators. Acta Horticulturae (58): 193-201

Tomatoes, Money D'or, were treated several times with the foliar fertilizer F231 (composition not stated) with or without a growth retardant and grown in blue, yellow, red or natural light, and harvested on 3 dates from 25 May to 6 June.

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