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Soilless Culture: Use of Substrates for the Production of Quality Horticultural Crops

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Soilless Culture: Use of Substrates for the Production of Quality Horticultural Crops
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535117391
Number of pages: 172

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This volume provides useful information on the techniques of growing horticultural crops using either inert organic or inorganic substrates and also on use of substrates consisting locally available and inexpensive materials with adequate physical and chemical properties.

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