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Effect of Some Organic and Mineral Fertilizer Applications on Growth and Productivity of Pomegranate Trees
Alexandria Science Exchange Journal An International Quarterly Journal of Science Agricultural Environments
This investigation was carried out during 2007 and 2008 growing seasons on six years old Arabi-pomegranate trees, grown in sandy clay loamy soil in a private farm located at Alexandria-Matrouh road, to study the effect of different fertilizers i.e., minerals (Ammonium Sulphate, Potassium Sulphate and Calcium Super Phosphate) at rate of 100% or 50% of the recommended dose or organic (humic acid or compost solely) or their combinations on growth, fruit set, yield, fruit quality and leaf mineralsdoi:10.21608/asejaiqjsae.2010.2323 fatcat:odmdqcrohjby3mtbtsd2pfgkgq