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Nutrient solutions for plant culture



Nutrient solutions for plant culture



Bodenkultur. 5: 313-24. bibl. 22



The problems discussed include optimum concentration and optimum ratio of nutrients as well as formulas for complete and deficient nutrient solutions and for solutions with increased osmotic pressure. Experiments were carried out throughout the year with horticultural and agricultural plants with the object of finding a nutrient ratio especially suited to the climate of Vienna.

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