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Use of residues of the sugar cane industry in the composition of substrate for the production of Eucalyptus citriodora seedlings

Use of residues of the sugar cane industry in the composition of substrate for the production of Eucalyptus citriodora seedlings

Cientifica Jaboticabal 17(1): 63-72

Germination up to 39 days after sowing and seedling growth and survival up to 10 wk after sowing were recorded for seeds sown in: 3:1 mixtures of subsoil with cattle manure, sugarcane bagasse or filter mud; 6:1:1 mixtures of subsoil, manure and filter mud or subsoil, manure and bagasse; and a 12:3:1 mixture of subsoil, filter mud and bagasse.

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