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A method to establish the water and mineral balance of glasshouse crops grown in soil



A method to establish the water and mineral balance of glasshouse crops grown in soil



Dahlia Greidinger International Symposium on Fertigation: Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel, 26 March 1 April 1995: 215-226



A method for monitoring the water and mineral balance of greenhouse crops was developed from trials with year-round radish cultivation in the Netherlands in May 1992-May 1994. Irrigation was conducted with a sprinkler system. The crop was fertigated with a nutrient solution. The quantities of irrigation water, drainage water, transpiration, average pH, electrical conductivity, and concentrations of minerals in the irrigation water and drainage water were determined over both years.

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