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About development of garden radish plants in oligotroph water culture under the influence of dispersed admixtures



About development of garden radish plants in oligotroph water culture under the influence of dispersed admixtures



Sel'skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya (1): 62-66



The author investigates the development of garden radish plants (Raphanus sativus L.) in low mineralized water medium tender the influence of clayey, soil and coal dispersed admixtures. It was shown, that the presence of suspended substances and their content do not influence on rate of growth and plants biological productivity.

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