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Artificial soils and manuring of Monstera deliciosa


Artificial soils and manuring of Monstera deliciosa



Meded. BedrVoorlicht. Oost-Vlanderen, 35: 11



Peat, pine forest soil and oak forest soil were used for growing monsteras. Peat proved a satisfactory medium and could be used for 3 successive crops before being disinfected.

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