Sand and Water Culture Methods Used in the Study of Plant Nutrition

@inproceedings{Doe1952SandAW,
  title={Sand and Water Culture Methods Used in the Study of Plant Nutrition},
  author={John Doe},
  year={1952}
}
Since its appearanc e in 1952, Technical Communication no. 22 of the Commonwealt h Bureau of Horticulture and Plantation Crops has come to be recognized, at least in the English language, as the standar d reference for those interested in the developmen t of sand and water culture techniques used in plant nutrition research throughout the British Commonwealth , parts of Europe, and the United States. The Second Edition of this valuabl e work wil l strengthen even further the unique position it… CONTINUE READING

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