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Studies of some parameters of the system of automatic control of watering and fertilizer dressing of vegetables in protected cultivation






Doklady TSKHA: 16 120-127

Studies of some parameters of the system of automatic control of watering and fertilizer dressing of vegetables in protected cultivation



Accession: 017153511



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Taylor, K.; Franklin, G.; Shaw, C.M., 1978: The microbiology of a new recirculatory automatic watering system compared with a conventional automatic system. Continual recirculation and filtration of drinking water prevents the contamination that often mars automatic watering systems by removing algae and fluorescent pseudomonads. Without filtration and recirculation, the algae were clearly visible aft...