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Studies on nutrient absorption in satsumas. VI. The seasonal nutrient absorption of nutrient elements in young bearing trees grown outdoors in solution culture



Studies on nutrient absorption in satsumas. VI. The seasonal nutrient absorption of nutrient elements in young bearing trees grown outdoors in solution culture



Bulletin of the Kanagawa Horticultural Experiment Station (24): 16-21



Absorption of water and nutrients was studied for 3 years using 4-year-old satsuma seedlings. Water absorption was related to air and soil temperatures and was high in summer and low in winter. N absorption was lowest in January and February and highest during the summer and autumn. P2O5 absorption was lowest in December and March and highest in May. K absorption was lowest in December and March and highest in April and November, which coincided with fruit bearing.

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