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Content of Basic Nutrients and Minerals in Heads of Selected Varieties of Red Cabbage (Brasicca oleracea var. capitata f. rubra)
The presented results concern three varieties of red cabbage: koda, kissendrup SwE and haco POl. during a field experiment conducted in 2003-05, the three varieties were analyzed for their organicExpand
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Effect of soil substrate on the chemical composition of fruit of some tomato cultivars grown in an unheated plastic tunnel
The effect of cultivar and soil substrate on the chemical composition of tomato fruit was studied in an experiment conducted over the years 2004-2006 in an unheated plastic tunnel. The experimentalExpand
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The chemical composition of fruit in selected melon cultivars grown under flat covers with soil mulching.
A number of research studies investigating melon production technologies in various macroregions of Poland characterized by different climate conditions have been initiated to investigate the effectExpand
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THE YIELD AND NUTRITIVE VALUE OF SELECTED CARROT CULTIVARS WITH ORANGE - AND PURPLE - COLORED STORAGE ROOTS
The aim of an experiment conducted in 2006-2008 was to determine the effect of soil fertilization with Crop Care on the yield and chemical composition of carrot culti- vars with orange- andExpand
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Yield and quality of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) fruit harvested from plants grown in mulched soil
A study investigating the yield of field-grown tomatoes was conducted in 2007–2009 in the Garden of the Research and Experimental Station of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn. TheExpand
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EFFECT OF A MYCORRHIZAL INOCULUM ON THE YIELDING AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF FRUIT FOUR CULTIVARS OF TOMATO
The objective of the study was to determine the y ield and chemical composition of the fruits of four tomato cultivars‘Growdena F 1’, ‘Torero F1’, ‘Listell F1’ and ‘Mamirio F1’ grown in coir fibreExpand
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CONCENTRATIONS OF SOME BIONUTRIENTS IN PARTHENOCARPIC CUCUMBER FRUITS IN FORCED CULTIVATION
Cumbers of a parthenocarpic variety Marinda F1 were grown in the field under protective shields, i.e. a perforated PE sheet and PP needled cloth (17 g·m -2 ), during the years 2001-2003. UnshieldedExpand
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Nitrate content of the edible parts of vegetables and spice plants
The objective of a study conducted in the years 2007-2008 was to determine the nitrate content of the edible parts of vegetables and spice plants. The analyzed materi- als consisted of the followingExpand
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Hydrogel chitosan sorbent application for nutrient removal from soilless plant cultivation wastewater
In this study, we determined the effectiveness of removal of nutrients (nitrates and orthophosphates) from greenhouse wastewaters (GW) using non-cross-linked chitosan (CHs) and chitosan cross-linkedExpand
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