Fertilizer Concentration and Irrigation Method Affect Growth and Fruiting of Ornamental Pepper

@inproceedings{Kang2004FertilizerCA,
  title={Fertilizer Concentration and Irrigation Method Affect Growth and Fruiting of Ornamental Pepper},
  author={Jong-Goo Kang and Marc W. van Iersel and Krishna Nemali},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract To evaluate the effects of fertilizer concentration and irrigation method on growth of ornamental pepper (Capsicum annuum L. “Treasures Red”), a water-soluble fertilizer solution containing 0, 100, 200, 300, or 400 mg L−1 nitrogen (N) was applied, using subirrigation and hand-watering. Fertilizer concentrations of 200–400 mg L−1 N resulted in an electrical conductivity (EC) gradient from the bottom (lowest EC) to the top (highest EC) of the growing medium in subirrigated, but not in… CONTINUE READING

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