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Understanding complexity in the response of ornamental rosemary to different substrates: A multivariate analysis
Effects of the radiometric properties of innovative biodegradable mulching materials on snapdragon cultivation
Nursery growing media: agronomic and environmental quality assessment of sewage sludge-based compost
- B. D. Lucia, Giuseppe Cristiano, L. Vecchietti, E. Rea, G. Russo
- Environmental Science
- 21 October 2013
There is a stringent need to reduce the environmental impact of peat in the plant nursery production chain. In this experiment, the use of different rates of sewage sludge compost in the preparation…
ENVIRONMENTAL AND AGRONOMIC EVALUATION OF CONTAINERIZED SUBSTRATES DEVELOPED FROM SEWAGE SLUDGE COMPOST FOR ORNAMENTAL PLANT PRODUCTION
Effect of different rates of composted organic amendment on urban soil properties, growth and nutrient status of three Mediterranean native hedge species
INFLUENCE OF THE USE OF DRIP IRRIGATION SYSTEMS AND DIFFERENT MULCHING MATERIALS ON ORNAMENTAL SUNFLOWERS IN GREENHOUSE CULTIVATION
Type of Bio-Stimulant and Application Method Effects on Stem Quality and Root System Growth in L.A. Lily
The three bio-stimulants gave performances similar among them and higher than the water only according to some of the parameters: the crop cycle came early, the leaves resulted more expanded in the lamina and greener, the flower buds had a higher diameter; the root system showed a higher length development.
Salinity differentially affects growth and ecophysiology of two mastic tree (pistacia lentiscus l.) accessions
- Giuseppe Cristiano, S. Camposeo, M. Fracchiolla, G. A. Vivaldi, B. D. Lucia, E. Cazzato
- 27 July 2016
Results suggested that P. lentiscus can tolerate and accumulate salt at high concentrations in nursery conditions, and it is important to identify germplasm that is highly tolerant to salinity for the production of nursery seedlings that will be planted in saline soils.
Nitrogen uptake, nitrogen partitioning and N-use efficiency of container-grown Holm oak (Quercus ilex L.) under different nitrogen levels and fertilizer sources
Among fertilizer sources, the best results were achieved with the coated products while the traditional, the organic and the organic-mineral fertilizers were less efficient, and plant growth was more affected by different fertilizer sources compared to N uptake, which caused a wide variation of physiological efficiency values.