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

Acta Horticulturae (58): 193-201

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

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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