Optimizing rose crop nutrient status and productivity through balanced cation and anion ratios: Experimental set-up
The first study from this project is an experiment that will help to establish the optimum ratios or proportions of cations (Mg+2, K+ and Ca+2) in a fertigation solution that are associated with maximum flower and biomass yields and quality in greenhouse roses. An expected additional benefit of such results is an enhancement of fertilizer use efficiency, minimizing its losses to drainage and reducing potential pollution issues.
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Keywords: ICFG Hill Midterm 2011