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Evaluating the Role of Substrate Amendments
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Scanning electron microscope image of hydrogel particle.
Reiger Begonia grown in peat or compost- based substrate after infection with Botrytis cinerea. 
Par-boiled rice hulls for use as perlite replacement and silicon supply.
  • Improving Growth of Calibrachoa x hybrida (Cerv.) in Hanging Flower Pouches
    [Summary] [Full Paper

  • Performance and Theoretical Advantages of Polyacrylamide Hydrogel
    [Summary] [Full Paper]

  • Effects of Formulated Plant Extracts and Oils on Population Density of Phytophthora nicotianae in Soil and Control of Phytophthora Blight in the Greenhouse
    [Summary][Full Paper]

  • Suppression of Botrytis of Begonia by Trichoderma hamatum 382 in Peat and Compost-Amended Potting Mixes
    [Summary][Full Paper]