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Suspending the Application of Mobile Nutrient-specific Fertilizers

This study was conducted to determine the effects of suspending the application of mobile nutrients-specific fertilizers on the concentration intake of nonmobile nutrients in rice. Mobile nutrients, considered as fast moving nutrients, enter the roots of plants at maximum amounts while the nonmobile or the slow-moving nutrients, enter the roots in minimum amounts later than the mobile nutrients.

Dried Papaya Leaves as Organic Mulch for Tomato Plants

Mulching in agricultural provides a safe yet equally profitable method of enriching and fertilizing the soil planted with crops. Most often-used mulches are of organic composition, such as dry leaves and barks. Unlike synthetic fertilizers and herbicides, these organic mulches pose no or little damage to the soil and crops.

Mung Bean as Nutrient Supplement

This study was conducted to test the effectiveness of mung bean as alternative nutrient supplement in the rooting medium for embryo-cultured catleyas. Catleya, one of the commercially important orchids, is now propagated in laboratories using culture techniques that involve the promotion of plant growth in prepared media formulations instead of soil.

Rooting medium is important during the early stages of cultured plant growth, because it is artificial environment provided for the development of roots and basic plant parts. This medium includes chemicals and nutrients. Coconut water and banana are the commonly used nutrient supplements in tissue culture centers.

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