Optimizing rose crop fertilization and irrigation over hourly, daily and seasonal time scales: Integration of diurnal ion and water uptake
The overall objectives of the current research project have been to characterize and confirm the seasonal, and more particularly the diurnal (hourly, over 24-h intervals), water and nutrient uptake patterns in hydroponically-grown roses. While the seasonal uptake patterns in roses had been previously reported in the past (Cabrera, 2003; Cabrera et al., 1995; Mattson and Lieth, 2005), we have been keenly interested in evaluating the shortterm diurnal uptake behavior.
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Keywords: ICFG Hill Final Report 2008-2009