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vegetables can be affected by many pre- and postharvest factors ( Kader, 2008 ). The management of mineral nutrition is a key preharvest factor that determines biomass, yield, and quality of vegetable crops. Soilless culture represents an interesting tool

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species such as Aloe arborescens . Besides, most of the literature information focused on field production of aloe, whereas the soilless culture of aloe plants under greenhouse conditions has received little attention. Starting from these considerations

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137 139 Altland, J.E. Buamscha, M.G. 2008 Nutrient availability from douglas fir bark in response to substrate pH HortScience 43 478 483 Bar-Tal, A. Saha, U.K. Raviv, M. Tuller, M. 2019 Inorganic and synthetic organic components of soilless culture and

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evapotranspiration Eur. J. Agron. 24 186 192 Gizas, G. Savvas, D. 2007 Particle size and hydraulic properties of pumice affect growth and yield of greenhouse crops in soilless culture HortScience 42 1274 1280

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reasons, the present work studied the effect of different temperatures of the growing medium on the production and quality of corn salad [ Valerianella locusta (L.) Laterr., cultivar Gala] plants grown in soilless culture to exclude the effect of nutrient

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, O. Cáceres, R. Guri, S. 2005 Oxyfertigation: A new technique for soilless culture under Mediterranean conditions Acta Hort. 697 65 72 Morard, P. Silvestre, J. 1996 Plant injury due to oxygen deficiency in the root environment of soilless culture: A

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excess boron J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 132 484 491 Fanasca, S. Colla, G. Rouphael, Y. Saccardo, F. 2006 Evolution of nutritional value of two tomato genotypes grown in soilless culture as affected by cacrocation proportions HortScience 41 1584 1588 Flores

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.7.1403 Raviv, M. Lieth, J.H. 2008 Soilless culture: Theory and practice Elsevier San Diego, CA Sambo, P. Sannazzaro, F. Evans, M.R. 2008 Physical properties of ground fresh rice hulls and sphagnum peat used for greenhouse root substrates HortTechnology 18 384

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round in a soilless culture with appropriate cultivars and manipulation of the nutrient solution temperature ( Ikeda et al., 1995 ). Frantz and Welbaum (1998) used hydroponic float beds for growing several horticultural crops in the greenhouse

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. 128 : 441 – 446 . https://doi.org/10.21273/jashs.128.3.0441 . de Kreij CD , Voogt W , Baas R . 1999 . Nutrient solutions and water quality for soilless cultures. https://edepot.wur.nl/273945 . [accessed 7 Sep 2023]. Delaide B

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