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Fertilization method and nitrogen content of annual flowering plants

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Tok Furuta, University of California
John Rible, University of California
Lyle Pyeatt

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California Agriculture 22(10):13-14.

Published October 01, 1968

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Uniform Nitrogen Content in the foliage is desirable for optimum growth of annual flowering plants (bedding plants). Two of many fertilization procedures suggested to maintain this uniform level, include the use of controlled release nitrogen fertilizers, and constant fertilization at each irrigation with a dilute fertilizer solution. Tests reported here, were to determine the ability of these procedures to maintain nitrogen uniformity during early growth under commercial conditions.

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Fertilization method and nitrogen content of annual flowering plants

Tok Furuta, John Rible, Lyle Pyeatt
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Fertilization method and nitrogen content of annual flowering plants

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Authors

Tok Furuta, University of California
John Rible, University of California
Lyle Pyeatt

Publication Information

California Agriculture 22(10):13-14.

Published October 01, 1968

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Uniform Nitrogen Content in the foliage is desirable for optimum growth of annual flowering plants (bedding plants). Two of many fertilization procedures suggested to maintain this uniform level, include the use of controlled release nitrogen fertilizers, and constant fertilization at each irrigation with a dilute fertilizer solution. Tests reported here, were to determine the ability of these procedures to maintain nitrogen uniformity during early growth under commercial conditions.

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