SOME ASPECTS ON WATER AND FERTILIZING RELATIONSHIPS IN PEAT CULTURE OF TOMATO
Samples for leaf analyses were taken out at three different times during the growing season. The leaf content of total N, NO3-N, P and K did not differ significantly with the depth of the peat. The higher watering regime had no effects on the amount of P and K but caused a small increase of total N and NO3-N. The leaf content of Ca was higher on the 10 cm layer of peat and did not differ with watering regimes.