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Control of nitrate residues in salad crops in soilless culture

Soilless culture: 389-396
Control of nitrate residues in salad crops in soilless culture
The possibility of controlling the nitrate content of salad crops in soilless culture is discussed with particular reference to lettuce.

Accession: 001554641

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