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Effects of NO3-N/NH4-N ratios of nutrient solution on the fluctuation of ion concentration of a recirculating nutrient solution and the growth and yield of tomato in closed hydroponic system using coir as substrate



Effects of NO3-N/NH4-N ratios of nutrient solution on the fluctuation of ion concentration of a recirculating nutrient solution and the growth and yield of tomato in closed hydroponic system using coir as substrate



Japanese Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition 72(2): 214-222



A study was conducted on tomato plants grown in a closed hydroponic system using coir or rockwool as substrate (coir- and rockwool-systems) for about 5 months to study the effects of NO3-N:NH4-N ratios of nutrient solution on the fluctuation of ion concentration in a recirculating nutrient solution, and the growth and yield of tomato.

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