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Low-level peat substrates for Dieffenbachia cultivation



Low-level peat substrates for Dieffenbachia cultivation



Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per la Floricoltura 20(1): 45-56



Twelve growing media composed variously of peat, poplar bark, rice chaff, rose compost, polystyrene, cotton waste, perlite and olive husks were compared with the commercial substrates Cultural (a German peat-based compost) and California (sedge-type peat from Italy). A 1:1 mixture of peat and rose compost and a 1:1:1 mixture of peat, poplar bark and rose compost gave the best results with Dieffenbachia Carina.

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