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Pomegranate cultivation has expanded significantly in the last two decades. However, there is limited information on its fertilization requirements and the effect of macronutrient availability on its reproductive development. Two commercial pomegranate cultivars—"Wonderful" and "Emek"—were grown in 500-L containers for 3 years, using a fertigation system. Development and reproduction indices were measured to explore the trees' responses to elevated levels of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) anddoi:10.3390/plants9080963 pmid:32751562 fatcat:dd6bolzk5fet3omvdf7aq64rsq