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Burnt coal as a component of citrus soil mixtures



Burnt coal as a component of citrus soil mixtures



Information Bulletin, Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Research Institute (145): 17-20



Volkameriana and Troyer Citrange citrus rootstocks were grown in soil media comprising soil mixtures with or without pine sawdust, either alone or in 1:1 mixtures with coal ash of different grades (30-50 mm before burning, < 8-26 mm after burning).

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