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Distribution of nutrients in soils of greenhouses (carnations and roses) in the south of France






Annales Agronomiques 29(2): 177-192

Distribution of nutrients in soils of greenhouses (carnations and roses) in the south of France

Total N, available P (Truog), K and nitrate profiles (to 2 m depth) in nineteen greenhouses used for carnations and thirteen used for roses are reported. The upper 20 cm of soil had very high nutrient levels; nitrate levels were often excessive. Enrichment of pathway areas with nitrate due to lateral movement from the irrigated rows was apparent.


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