Foliar Fertilization.pdf

Foliar Fertilization

chairmen of the various sessions who con­ tributedto the su ccess of thesymposium: Professors E. Malavolta,M. Fregoni , T. Kudrev, H. -W. Doring, D. jelenic and Dr. V. Szirtes .

the advantages of foliar application of fertilizers, foliar fertilization on some vegetables in Bulgaria are discussed. It is concluded that foliar fertilization has a definite place in vegetables crop productions and that foliar nutrient sprays will be widely used in the future, 13 14 Keywords: foliar fertilization… Foliar Fertilization of Crop Plants - Embrapa

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