Evaluating rootzone stresses and the role of the root system on rose crop productivity and fertilizer-water use efficiency: First flower harvests
Early this past spring we started the treatments in the main study to characterize the performance of roses growing on a split-pot system that had one half of their roots exposed to various challenging stresses, namely high pH (alkalinity), high salinity, high boron and high nitrogen and ammonium to nitrate ratios. In here we report preliminary results of flower productivity yields and quality on the first three flower flushes.
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Keywords: ICFG Hill Final Report 2009-2010