Rice Hulls as a Growing Medium Component for Cut Tulips1

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A. E. Einert University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

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Received for publication April 17, 1973. Published with the approval of the Director, Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station. Appreciation is expressed to the Netherland Flower Bulb Institute, New York and Riceland Foods, Stuttgart, Arkansas for contributing tulip bulbs and rice hulls for this study.

Associate Professor and Research Assistant, Department of Horticulture and Forestry. The authors thank L. Hileman of the Arkansas Soil Testing Laboratory for soil and tissue analyses.

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