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The culture of Monstera deliciosa in peats of different particle sizes


The culture of Monstera deliciosa in peats of different particle sizes



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Monstera deliciosa plants were grown in peats of 4 particle sizes (1-5, 1-15, 1-30 mm. and very fine particles all under 1 mm.). Plants in the fine peat were taller, with more shoots and leaves, than in other grades.

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