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Effect of N Pro technology and Seactiv complex on growth, yield quantity and quality of ‘Szampion’ apple trees

@article{Kapan2013EffectON,
  title={Effect of N Pro technology and Seactiv complex on growth, yield quantity and quality of ‘Szampion’ apple trees},
  author={Magdalena Kapłan and Piotr Baryła and Marcela Krawiec and Piotr Kiczorowski},
  journal={Acta Scientiarum Polonorum-hortorum Cultus},
  year={2013},
  volume={12},
  pages={45-56}
}
Recent years have been marked with a more common use of mineral fertilizers comprising marine algal extracts in horticultural production. Seaweed extracts are re- ported to possess, among others, biostimmulatory potential that improves yield growth and its quality as well as promotes plant resistance to adverse environmental agents. The marine alga processing technologies facilitate the extraction of active substances valuable for plant crops as stimulants for a number of plant physiological… 

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