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Crop Nutrition

Find out how to work best with media, water and fertilizer when growing perennials. With the advancement of perennial production, many operations are looking at their current fertility programs only to discover the traditional practices used with greenhouse crops aren't always sufficient with many perennial crops. With a shift in production practices, it is often helpful to review the basics of crop fertility and apply these principles to meet the needs of new crops. - Paul Pilon
Published Volume 12 Number 7 · GPN - Greenhouse Product news

What does controlled release really mean and how does it work? Part 1 of 5.


By Paul Pilon and Goris Passchier

· Greenhouse Grower

In part five in a series on controlled-release, Pilon and Passchier investigate incorporation rates, temperature and irrigation.

By Paul Pilon and Goris Passchier
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In part four in a series on controlled-release fertilizers, Pilon and Passchier examine the differences between indoor and outdoor production.

By Paul Pilon and Goris Passchier
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In part three in a series on controlled-release fertilizers, Passchier and Pilon look at temperature concerns and application methods.

By Paul Pilon and Goris Passchier
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The second article in a series on fertilizers, Passchier and Pilon look at the contents of controlled-release.

By Goris Passchier and Paul Pilon
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