THE EFFECT OF CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS ON YIELDS OF GLADIOLUS FLOWERS TO THE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS OF THE YEAR 2013
Journal Title: Current Trends in Natural Sciences - Year 2014, Vol 3, Issue 5
This paper presents some aspects regarding the influence of chemical fertilizers NPK complex based (1: 1: 1) on "Development vigorous growth of wild gladiolus, namely" the number of leaves per plant, increasing their length, the total length of the rod floriferous, the total number of blue flowers "have on the rod under the climatic conditions of 2013 beer.
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How To Cite
Carmen Lamban (2014). THE EFFECT OF CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS ON YIELDS OF GLADIOLUS FLOWERS TO THE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS OF THE YEAR 2013. Current Trends in Natural Sciences, 3(5), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-24997