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Study of different volumes of nutrient solution in the hydroponic culture of tomato



Study of different volumes of nutrient solution in the hydroponic culture of tomato



VIth International Colloquium for the Optimization of Plant Nutrition, Proceedings: Volume 2: 609-616



A method for the determination of the optimum relationship between nutrient solution volume, weight of substrate and number of plants (using tomato Marglobe) is proposed for a hydroponic culture system.

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