Symposium on Horticultural Substrates and Their Analysis

Gl. Avernaes, Funen, Denmark, 5-11 September 1987 by Symposium on Horticultural Substrates and Their Analysis (1987 Funen, Denmark)

Publisher: International Society for Horticultural Science in Wageningen, Netherlands

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Symposium on Horticultural Substrates and their Analysis. Number. ISBN. ISSN. AN INTERNATIONAL COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF HORTICULTURAL SUBSTRATES. Schmilewski; II International Symposium on Soilless Culture and VIII International Symposium on Seed, Transplant and.

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Working Group for Substrates in Horticulture Other Than Soil in Situ.; International Society for Horticultural Science. estimation of pore space and the calculation of air volume in horticultural substrates (p.l. waller, a.m.

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Avernaes, Funen, Denmark, September [Jens Willumsen; International Society for Horticultural Science. Commission for Plant Substrates.; International Society for Horticultural Science. Working Group for Substrates in Horticulture Other Than Soil in Situ.

Product or service Analysis of horticultural substrates. BU Greenhouse Horticulture of Wageningen University & Research is equipped with several laboratories, growth chambers and greenhouse compartments fit for state of the art measurement and research on substrates for horticultural purposes.

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Bragg, G. Horticultural substrates, also referred to as growing media, potting soils and gardening or soilless substrates, are widely used as a basis for vegetable and flower production in horticulture. They are created as a composition of different ingredients (bog peat, organic residuals, coir, perlite and other components).

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An agenda for the symposium is online in English and in Khmer. Simultaneous translation was provided during the meeting. Besides nutrient composition, the hydraulic performance of horticultural substrates is a main issue for evaluating their quality for horticultural purposes.

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Pine tree substrates (PTS), wholetree substrates (WTS) and clean chip residual (CCR) are all recent products/developments that have changed the culture of our horticultural production industry, both for greenhouse and nursery crops.

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There are many ways researchers and substrate manufacturers test substrates for their wettability, re-wettability, evaporative losses, need for surfactants, etc. At North Carolina State University, the two most common techniques we use to quantify these parameters are: 1) overhead/drip hydration efficiency test (Fig.

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International Journal of Horticultural Science and Technology (IJHST) (ISSN: ) is a Quarterly multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal published jointly by Iranian Society of Horticultural Science (IRSHS) and University of Tehran (UT).Analysis reports can bring confusion to users familiar with their own analytical methods.

Naturally, labs and countries are reluctant to change their analytical methods. The ISHS “working group on substrates in horticulture other than soils in situ” of the ISHS Commission of plant substrates should be Author: Chris Blok, Andreas Baumgarten, Rob Baas, Gerrit Wever, Dieter Lohr.Nutrient quantification: The choice of chemical analysis procedures includes consideration of operational factors in the laboratory (e.g., cost of the instrument and its operation, single or multiple analyses) and analytical factors (e.g., sensitivity, freedom from interferences).

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