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A comparative study on the cadmium and zinc uptake by kangkong (Ipomoea aquatica forsk.) and pechay (Brassica chinensis l.) grown in natural soil and coconut coir dust treated with cadmium sulfate or zinc sulfate
The study was conducted at Ungka I, Pavia, Iloilo from May to June 2006. The plant tissue samples were prepared at Central Philippine University and then analyzed by atomic absorption spectroscopy at the University of the ...
The effect of different light intensities on the growth and flowering of potted mini chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemum or Mums is one of the major cutflower cultivars produced in the Philippines. It is considered a short-day crop, that is, the plant sets flower buds and blooms only when nights are long and days are short ...
Graftability of 'Carabao' mango (Mangifera indica linn.) scions as affected by modes of packaging and storage durations
The study was conducted at the nursery of the Bureau of Plant Industry - National Mango Research and Development Center, San Miguel, Jordan, Guimaras from March to May 2003. This study aimed to determine the effect of modes ...