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DEVELOPMENT OF HYDROPONIC SYSTEM FOR GREENHOUSE TOMATO

@inproceedings{Sharda2016DEVELOPMENTOH,
  title={DEVELOPMENT OF HYDROPONIC SYSTEM FOR GREENHOUSE TOMATO},
  author={R. Sharda},
  year={2016}
}
The field experiment was conducted in the year 2016 to study the development of hydroponic system for greenhouse tomato in the Demonstration Farm of Department of Soil and Water Engineering, PAU, Ludhiana. The experiment was laid out in completely randomized design keeping three treatments (100%), (75%) and (50%) of Hoagland solution. The crop was grown in PVC pipes under controlled conditions. In the greenhouse, the temperature and relative humidity were maintained between 24 0 C to 32 0 C and… Expand

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