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eBook Hydroponic Lettuce Production ePub

by Dr Lynette Morgan

  • ISBN: 0958673527
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Dr Lynette Morgan
  • Publisher: Casper Pub (February 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 112
  • ePub book: 1359 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1411 kb
  • Other: mobi mbr azw docx
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 668

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Hydroponic Lettuce Production provides 112 pages of practical and scientific information for growers of hydroponic lettuce. Dr Lynette Morgan holds a PhD from Massey University's Plant Science Department in New Zealand.

Hydroponic Lettuce Production provides 112 pages of practical and scientific information for growers of hydroponic lettuce. Considered an essential handbook for the 21st century, this book covers everything from the background physiology of the lettuce plant to the details of growing systems and management. Her thesis examined many aspects of hydroponic greenhouse vegetable production, including new production systems, nutrition, plant physiology, and the effects of nutrient solutions, environmental conditions and cultivars on fruit growth and flavor.

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Hydroponic Butterhead Lettuce Crop Dr Lynette Morgan PhD Suntec International Hydroponic Consultants New Zealand 2002 SUNTEC International Hydroponic Consultants INTEC . BOX-41 TOKOMARU. Spray’N’Grow Foliar MicroNutrient Complex ‘on the Growth, Yield, and Quality of a Hydroponic Butterhead Lettuce Crop Dr Lynette Morgan PhD Suntec International Hydroponic Consultants New Zealand 2002 CONTENTS Introduction . Background inform: . Foliar fertilisation .

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Pests Pests in hydroponic lettuce production can be a problem though they are not generally a major problem. TITLE: Dynamic simulation of supplemental lighting for greenhouse hydroponic lettuce production. Insect pests that may be found coupled with hydroponic lettuce production include shore flies, fungus gnats, thrips, and aphids. Fast plant growth rates make pest population establishment difficult. With continuous crop production, pest populations may have the opportunity to establish themselves. WHERE: PHD Dissertation, Cornell University Libraries, Ithaca, NY 14853.

Hydroponic Books & Manuals. This comprehensive publication explains in detail all vital aspects of hydroponic strawberry production providing a valuable guide for all intending and existing growers of this increasingly important crop.

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Diseases in. Hydroponic lettuce. Lettuce was planted in a hydroponic system and harvested at 20, 30, 40, and 50 d, and the concentrations of the total soluble protein (TSP) and the double. repeated B subunit of Shiga toxin 2e (2 Stx2eB) were measured.

A comprehensive, practical and scientific guide to commercial hydroponic lettuce production.

Comments

Eyalanev Eyalanev
It was with disappointment that I read this book.

For the amateur grower it probably has more than enough information but for the professional it is sadly lacking.

I was looking for a text that I could use to prepare a budget for commercial operation and I found no useful information for this purpose that I had not already found on the internet for free.

For example lettuce is commonly sold commercially in Australia in two whole forms: sleeved and by the crate. Sleeved lettuce often weighs between 150 to 250g per head depending on the customers specification while crated lettuce generally has lettuce weighing >500g/head. There is no discussion of this at all. Knowing the difference in the time to harvest for sleeved versus boxed lettuce is kind of important for planning a commercial operation. As would be the information to asses the difference in production costs for a 150g sleeved head versus a 250g head. As is the differences is plant density between the plants grown to different weights.

Systems of growing that offer greater greenhouse space efficiencies than standard NFT like moving gully systems, moving bench systems and floating raft systems are mentioned but no details given with which to asses the merits of each.
Gaeuney Gaeuney
a targeted and useful and informative book detailing systems of lettuce production. Easy reading and refrencing a good addition to my library.