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Effect of root temperature and Ca level in the nutrient solution on the growth of cucumber under saline conditions



Effect of root temperature and Ca level in the nutrient solution on the growth of cucumber under saline conditions



Acta Horticulturae ( 323): 61-73



Using nutrient film technique, plants were grown at 2 salinity levels (2.5 and 8.5 mS/cm) and at 2 root temp. (unheated and heated up to 27 degrees C). The main effect on plant growth was due to high salinity. Heating the nutrient solution continuously at 27 degrees C had little effect on plant growth and yield, and did not influence plant response to saline conditions.

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