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Contribution to the optimization of fertilizer application to Hibiscus cannabinus I. Levels of export and mobilization


Proceedings, VIth International Colloquium for the optimization of plant nutrition Volume I: 45-52
Contribution to the optimization of fertilizer application to Hibiscus cannabinus I. Levels of export and mobilization
In a trial at Farako-Ba, Burkina Faso, Hibiscus cannabinus was sown on 15 June, 15 July or 15 August and the levels of various elements in leaves, stems, roots and capsules were determined at various times after sowing. Levels of elements were affected most by plant age and those in leaves decreased except for calcium. The decrease became more rapid as the day length during development decreased.


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