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Control of nutrient concentrations in plant growth media



Control of nutrient concentrations in plant growth media



Genetic aspects of plant mineral nutrition, 16-20 June, 1985, Madison, USA: 591-601



With a view to its use by plant breeders when screening varieties for nutritional requirements, a resin-controlled system for buffering solution pH and concentrations of P and any cationic nutrients is described, which is capable of maintaining realistic (as found in most normal soils) concentrations of the controlled nutrients within narrow ranges and is relatively inexpensive.

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