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" The uniformity of the figures in this table is quite striking. It would appear from these data that the relative proportions of the different plant-food constituents are approximately the same for these different varieties of fruit trees. This means that,... "
Gardeners' Chronicle, Horticultural Trade Journal - Page 70
1906
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Farmer's bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture). [no ..., Issues 221-240

1905
...larger older trees, or with trees not in bearing. If the table is carefully examined it will be seen that — the relative proportions of the different...soil can be determined only by special experiment Compiled from New York State Sta. Bui. 205. Variety. Nitrogen. Phosphoric acid. Potash. Lime. Magnesia....
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Annual Report [with Accompanying Documents]., Volume 3

New York (State). Department of Agriculture - 1906
...relative proportions of the different plant-food constituents are approximately the same for these different varieties of fruit trees. This means that,...can be determined only by special experiment. THE RELATIVE PROPORTIONS OF PLANT-FOOD CONSTITUENTS USED IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF TREE AND PRODUCTS. It is...
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Annual Report, Volume 3

New York (State) Dept. of Agriculture - 1906
...relative proportions of the different plant-food constituents are approximately the same for these different varieties of fruit trees. This means that,...can be determined only by special experiment. THE RELATIVE PROPORTIONS OF PLANT-FOOD CONSTITUENTS USED IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF TREE AND PRODUCTS. It is...
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Annual Report of the Board of Control of the New York Agricultural ..., Issue 24

New York State Agricultural Experiment Station - Agriculture - 1906
...relative proportions of the different plant-food constituents are approximately the same for these different varieties of fruit trees. This means that,...can be determined only by special experiment. THE 'RELATIVE PROPORTIONS OF PLANT-FOOD CONSTITUENTS USED IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF TREE AND PRODUCTS. It is...
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Fertilizers and Crops: Or, The Science and Practice of Plant-feeding; a ...

Lucius Lincoln Van Slyke - Agricultural chemistry - 1912 - 734 pages
...and potassium compounds that would meet the requirements of one variety would also meet the needs of other varieties, so far as the supply of these plant-food...concerned. What particular proportions are best adapted to supplement most economically the supply of any particular soil can be determined only by special experiment....
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Bulletin ..., Issues 245-276

New York State Agricultural Experiment Station - 1904
...relative proportions of the different plant-food constituents are approximately the same for these different varieties of fruit trees. This means that,...can be determined only by special experiment. THE RELATIVE PROPORTIONS OF PLANT-FOOD CONSTITUENTS USED BY DIFFERENT PARTS OF TREE AND PRODUCTS. It is...
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Report, Volumes 13-21

Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station - Agriculture - 1900
...trees. This means that. under like conditions of soil fertility, a mixture of nitrogen, phosphoric arid and potash which would meet the requirements of one...soil can be determined only by special experiment. Using the above table as a basis, the amount of plant food used per acre by the different fruits can...
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