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Response of squash plant (Cucurbita pepo L.) grown in winter to some phosphorus compounds as seed-soaking materials



Response of squash plant (Cucurbita pepo L.) grown in winter to some phosphorus compounds as seed-soaking materials



Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 38(1): 257-272



Squash Eksandarani seeds were soaked in 500 or 1000 ppm monoammonium phosphate, diammonium phosphate and phosphoric acid before sowing on 20 December in pot experiments conducted in Egypt. All the treatments improved the growth and fruiting of squash and favoured female flowers and early fruit production in the crop. The treatments also resulted in increased mineral, crude protein, carbohydrate, vitamin C, total and soluble solid contents and titratable acidity.

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