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Agricultural and Food Chemistry
Data on agricultural and food chemistry detailed by researchers at University of Joensuu
April 16th, 2009
"The effects of different organic cultivation methods on the berry phenolics of two Finnish sea buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides L. ssp. rhamnoides) cultivars, 'Terhi' and 'Tytti', were studied in an experimental field at a coastal area in Merikarvia, western Finland. Cultivation methods included different fertilizers (designed for organic cultivation), mulches (organic and plastic), and land contours (flat land versus ridged beds)," scientists writing in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry report.
"Two experiments were conducted: The first, a fertilization experiment, allowed for the estimation of the effects of cultivar, fertilizer, land contour, and all...
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Source: Food Weekly Focus (2009-04-16)