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The effect of bed structures on the aeration in soilless culture


, : The effect of bed structures on the aeration in soilless culture. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering 8(3): 81-89

In soilless culture, the balance between aeration and moisture is a key factor affecting growth of plants, and is itself influenced by bed structure, substrates and waterlogged layer, amongst other things.

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