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Investigation of characteristics of nutritive absorption of tomato


, : Investigation of characteristics of nutritive absorption of tomato. Acta Horticulturae Sinica 20(1): 56-60

In this study, the uptake of various nutrients decreased in the order K > NO3-N > Ca > P > Mg. The increase in uptake of K after fruit set was considerable. An increase in the N:K ratio supplied to the plant was followed by reduced nutrient uptake. Plants were comparatively sensitive to B before the 3-leaf stage and increased B supply resulted in decreased nutrient uptake. This sensitivity decreased after the 5-leaf stage.

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