El uso del calcio soluble para estimular el crecimiento vegetal

Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
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La investigacion ha demostrado que la aplicacion de calcio soluble con urea, una forma de nitrogeno de amonio, puede mejorar la produccion de cultivos. Esta publicacion reporta los resultados de investigaciones con pasto bermuda, arroz y varios cultivos de hortalizas. Se discuten los metodos de aplicacion y las tasas de calcio. (4 paginas)

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