Influence of effluents from intensive aquaculture and sludge on growth and yield of bell peppers

Manuel C. Palada is Research Associate Professor, Vegetable Crops Program, William M. Cole is former Research Specialist, Aquaculture Program, and Stafford M. A. Crossman is Research Specialist, Vegetable Crops Program, Agricultural Experiment Station, University of the Virgin Islands, RR2, Box 10,000, Kingshill, SI. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands 00850. The ,wthors thank Charles Collingwood and Jacqueline Kowalski for their assistance in field trial operation, data collection and analysis. This research was funded by a gran!from Tropical and Subtropical Agricultural Research (T-STAR) of U.S. Department of Agriculture 0.05) influenced by either aquaculture effluents and inorganic fertilizer treatments. Soil nutrient levels after harvest of second year crop were similar in all treatments.


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Staff Publications
Publication date:
1999
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261
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