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Effect of different horticultural substrates on growth of matogrossense ferns (Polypodium aureum L.)



Effect of different horticultural substrates on growth of matogrossense ferns (Polypodium aureum L.)



Ciencia e Agrotecnologia 25(4): 1006-1111



The experiment was carried out in a greenhouse, at Lavras Federal University, Agriculture Department, with the objective of evaluating different substrates with regard to growth of matogrossense ferns (Polypodium aureum ) in comparison with xaxim dust, traditionally used by commercial producers in Brazil. It was used a complete randomized design, with the treatments consisting of 10 different substrates, with three repetitions and 8 plants per repetition.

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