Radishes grow better when fertilized with African locust bean and Mexican sunflower, thought of as common weeds

Radishes grow better when fertilized with African locust bean and Mexican sunflower, thought of as common weeds
(Natural News) The Tithonia diversifolia and Parkia biglobosa plants can influence the growth, yield, and vitamin C content of radish (Raphanus sativus L.), when used as green manure, according to researchers from the Landmark University in Nigeria, together with the Nigerian Energy Commission and the National Horticultural Research Institute. The study, published in the journal Agroforestry Systems,…
19
Like
Save

Comments

Write a comment

*