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Control of the nutrient solution in spray culture of tomato



Control of the nutrient solution in spray culture of tomato



Bulletin of the Vegetable and Ornamental Crops Research Station, A Ano, Mie (13): 33-54



Plants were grown in nutrient solution (applied as a root spray) at 3 concentrations, i.e. electrical conductivities (EC) of 0.8, 1.4 or 2.0 mS/cm. The ratios of the major nutrients to water absorbed by the plants were approximately 8.0 me NOsuperscript 3-N, 2.0 me P, 4.5 me K, 3.5 me Ca and 1.5 me Mg/litre water. This level was therefore considered to be the optimum nutrient solution concentration.

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