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7 Grafted Plants Related species, one of which is resistant to root diseases, are used as a rootstock. The practice has been prevalent for tomatoes in Western Europe for many years. In Japan both cucumbers and watermelons are grafted onto disease resistant 698 S Y L V A N H. ) Types of Culture Where and When Used Sawdust United States - current Good, where Canada - current available England - current Primarily for Canada - current cucumbers Staw Bale Future Potential United States - current Hydroponics United States - current Limited and Canada - current costly Nutrient Film England - current Needs grower con Technique (NFT) Northern Europe - current firmation.
Nutri tional problems are, likewise, especially difficult to identify. In no country other than the United States, are there large numbers of commercial hydroponic cultural systems. Nutrient Film Technique (NFT) This was the first real breakthrough for a completely automated feeding system in the production of crops under protected environments. The system may be used either under covered structures or in the open. It had its origin at the Glass house Crops Research Institute in Littlehampton, England.
The water potential of the arid zone. H. Moss and J. Meyer, eds. New York Academy of Sciences: New York. Glasshouse Crops Research Institute. 1976. The Biological Control of Tomato Pests. Grower's Bulletin No. 3. Littlehampton, Sussex, England. Hanover. W. 1980. Control of tree growth. BioScience (In Press). W. Hart. 1979. Accelerated-Optimal-Growth of woody ornamentals. Paper presented at the Ornamental Northwest Seminars, Portland, Oregon, August 24, 1979. , E. A. Lemmien, and M. Van Slooten.
Advances in Food-Producing Systems For Arid and Semiarid Lands, Part B by Jamal T Manassah; Ernest J Briskey; Muʼassasat al-Kuwayt lil-Taqaddum al-ʻIlmī