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Tomato hydroponic culture control by nutrient periodical corrections applications for commercial greenhouses



Tomato hydroponic culture control by nutrient periodical corrections applications for commercial greenhouses



Anales de Edafologia y Agrobiologia 45(5-6): 729-738



A control system for hydroponic cultures, based on periodical plant and substrate analysis, is proposed. The methods used, as they are very simple, are available for research experiments and commercial cultivations. The proposed methodology has been applied to a tomato cultivation to optimize the nutrition of the plants. Moreover we have obtained the needs of each of the elements by the plants and the times of maximum absorption of each one, from the corrections made to the nutrient solutions. The possibilities of application of these methods to nutrient-film-technique and fertigation culture systems is studied.

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