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- Shehata, Said A.; El-Mogy, Mohamed M.; Mohamed, Hanaa F. Y.
- International journal of vegetable science 2019 v.25 no.2 pp. 196-209
- Capsicum annuum; ascorbic acid; carotenoids; chlorophyll; color; developmental stages; fertilizers; foliar application; fruit quality; fruits; nitrogen; nutrient content; phosphorus content; plant growth; plant nutrition; postharvest physiology; potassium; potassium chloride; potassium sulfate; roots; soil pH; storage quality; sweet peppers; total soluble solids; weight loss
- ... Inadequate amounts of potassium uptake by plant roots, even if it is available in soil, can be due to soil pH, plant type, and plant growth stage. Quality and shelf-life of long sweet pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) are affected by plant nutrition. To determine the suitable potassium source for foliar fertilization during plant growth, effects of supplementary foliar K sources (K-humate, KCl, and K₂SO ...