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Substrate. A practical trial with substrate systems. Less substrate without loss of yield

Substrate. A practical trial with substrate systems. Less substrate without loss of yield

Groenten en Fruit 46(6): 36-37

Data are presented on the cropping of glasshouse tomatoes and capsicums grown in NFT with 8 different re-circulating systems. Each plant was grown with 40, 60, 80 or 100% of the standard substrate volume comprising 14 and 11 litres/msuperscript 2, respectively, for the 2 crops. The minimum substrate volume for both crops was 5.6 litres/msuperscript 2. With tomatoes, differences in yield between the systems, assessed on 30 Apr. and 30 June, were not significant.

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