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Continuous and intermittent application of fertilizers to decrease residual nitrogen fertilizer in greenhouse soils planted to tomatoes



Continuous and intermittent application of fertilizers to decrease residual nitrogen fertilizer in greenhouse soils planted to tomatoes



Volume VI Fertilizer and water quality Water management, salinity and pollution control towards sustainable irrigation in the Mediterranean Region CIHEAM International Conference, Valenzano, Bari, Italy, 22-26 September 1997: 37-50



Two greenhouse experiments were conducted to evaluate if continuous and intermittent application of fertilizers would influence nitrogen fertilizer recovery of tomatoes. One of the greenhouses was heated to maintain a minimum temperature of 14 degrees C and the other was maintained at ~ 10 degrees C. A complete randomized experimental design was used. The treatments of continuous and intermittent fertilizer applications were replicated four times.

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