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Chemical feasibility region for nutrient solutions in hydroponic plant nutrition
Journal of plant nutrition
In experimentation with nutrient solutions in hydroponic plant nutritional research, the chemical feasibility region of the nutrient solution is a conditio sine qua non. If in preparing a nutrient solution some ions precipitate, the desired concentration of the dissolved ions can not be reached. This means that the desired nutritional composition is chemically not feasible. For the six essential macronutrients potassium, calcium, magnesium, nitrate, dihydrogenphosphate and sulphate the chemicaldoi:10.1080/01904169909365624 fatcat:zy7duurekfa33dd3a7i2j4vkma