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Title

TOMATO GROWTH RESPONSES TO FOLIAR APPLICATION OF AMMONIUM SULFATE UNDER HYDROPONIC CULTURE

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ABAD A.S.D | MILANI V.

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Abstract

 NITROGEN IS THE MAIN NUTRIENT ELEMENTS REQUIRED FOR PLANT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT. THIS STUDY WAS DONE TO EVALUATE THE GROWTH RESPONSES OF TOMATO PLANTS TO FOLIAR APPLICATION OF AMMONIUM SULFATE IN DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS OF 0, 50, 100 AND 200 MM ONCE PER WEEK, AS WELL AS 50 MM IN EVERY OTHER DAY UNDER GREENHOUSE AND HYDROPONIC CULTURE SYSTEM. THE RESULTS SHOWED THAT TOMATO VEGETATIVE AND REPRODUCTIVE FACTORS WERE AFFECTED BY TREATMENTS (P£0.05). FOLIAR APPLICATION OF AMMONIUM LED TO REDUCTION IN NUMBER OF FRUIT, TOTAL SHOOT FRESH WEIGHT, TOTAL SHOOT DRY WEIGHT, AND PERCENTAGE OF FRUIT DRY WEIGHT, BUT IT INCREASED THE DIAMETER AND LENGTH OF FRUIT, IN TREATED PLANTS.

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