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Type of Bio-Stimulant and Application Method Effects on Stem Quality and Root System Growth in L.A. Lily

@inproceedings{Lucia2012TypeOB,
  title={Type of Bio-Stimulant and Application Method Effects on Stem Quality and Root System Growth in L.A. Lily},
  author={Barbara De Lucia and L. Vecchietti},
  year={2012}
}
Summary The aim of this research was to evaluate the effects of three new different agricultural bio-stimulants, based on hydrolyzed protein coming from algae (M.A.E.), animal epithelium (A.P.H.), and lucerne origin (H.S.), compared to a control treatment (distilled water) on crop cycle, stem quality and root system growth in L. A. ‘Brindisi’ soilless cultivation. The bio-stimulants were applied eight times both at foliar and drenching level. The three bio-stimulants gave performances similar… 

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