10th Annual FLRC Workshop
held at Massey University, February 1997

Nutritional Requirements of Horticultural Crops

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The correct citation for the proceedings is:

[Authors], 1997. [Title of paper]. In: Nutritional requirements of horticultural crops.
(Eds L D Currie and P Loganathan). Occasional report No. 10. Fertilizer and Lime Research Centre, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand. pp

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Papers presented:

Efficient fertilizer management in vegetable production
Hartz, T K

Fertiliser use for vegetable production
Wood, R J

Growth and nutrient absorption of a Manawatu potato crop from planting to maturity
Sher, D J

Nitrate leaching to groundwater under mustard growing on soil from a coral atoll
Duwig, C, Vogeler, I, Clothier, B E and Green, S

A community approach to address the environmental impacts of horticultural land use
Carter, A J and Lynch, B P

Process tomato quality as affected by soil fertility and water deficit
Reid, J B and Kale, A J

Management of greenhouse tomato nutrition in hydroponic growing systems
White, R A J

Vegetable crops teaching and research with hydroponics at Massey University
Fisher, K J and Nichols, M A

Effects of nutrient solution conductivity on the yield and quality of tomato (lycopersicon esculentum) grown with NFT
Mpelasoka, B S, Nichols, M A, Fisher, K J and Behboudian, H

Effect of plastic mulch plus fertigation and row covers on the yield of processing tomatoes
Pan, H, Fisher, K J and Nichols, M A

The influence of conductivity of the nutrient solution on calcium status and blossom-end rot in sweet pepper fruit
Tadesse, T, Nichols, M A and Fisher, K J

Effect of nutrient solution conductivity on the productivity of NFT produced lettuce
Sanguandeekul, S, Fisher, K J, Nichols, M A and Woolley, D J

Tea in New Zealand
Pons, A L F

Plant induced changes in soil phosphorus fractions in the rhizosphere of three tea (camellia sinensis l.) clones
Zoysa, K, Loganathan, P and Hedley, M J

Nutrition of a calla tuber crop affects yield and quality of tubers
Clemens, J and Dennis, D

Seasonal changes in composition of citrus leaves
Edwards, C M, Sale, P R and Smith, G S

Fruit quality and tree nutrition
Hewett, E W

The interactions between water and nutrients in horticultural soils
Tillman, R W

Biological nitrogen fixation in understorey vegetation of conventional and organic apple orchards in Canterbury, New Zealand
Goh, K M

Prediction of fruit quality and storage potential
King, D and Tough, H

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