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The effects of folcysteine and phytohormonal extracts of seaweed on the growth of endive


, : The effects of folcysteine and phytohormonal extracts of seaweed on the growth of endive. Revue de l' Agriculture 43(2): 187-198

In trials in 1985-86 with Zoom, application of Ergostim (folcysteine + folic acid) at 0, 400 or 800 ml/ha in the field at the 10-leaf stage did not increase root growth or the eventual yield of chicons. In 1988, application in the field of Foc, a phytohormonal extract of seaweed, at 5 or 10 litres/ha had no effect or even decreased root weight but not chicon yield.

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