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Substrates. Practical trial with substrate systems. Still no statistical differences






Groenten en Fruit 44(47): 31

Substrates. Practical trial with substrate systems. Still no statistical differences

Data are presented on the cropping of tomatoes and capsicums grown in 8 different NFT systems, and of cucumbers grown in 4 systems, assessed in 2 glasshouses on 20 Apr.


Accession: 001959560



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