Study on fertilization techniques for greenhouse vegetable in Shanghai suburbs

IPNI-2010-CHN-SH9

The establishment vegetable land in Shanghai extended quickly in recent years, it has covered over 6,670 hectares in 2009. However, with the continue and high intensive vegetable planting, the issues of soil fertility degradation such as soil secondary salinization and soil acidification become more and more serious in recent years. Read more


Year of initiation:2010
Year of completion:2011

Interpretive Summary

Study on Fertilizer Regulation and Recommendation Technique for Greenhouse Vegetables in Shanghai, 2012 This project was implemented by the Soil and Fertilizer Institute, Shanghai Academy of Agricultural Science. Shanghai has a long history of strawberry cultivation. About 5,000 ha area in this region is currently under strawberry cultivation, and a great potential exists for the future expansion.

Fertilization Recommendation Technique for Vegetable Greenhouse in Shanghai Suburbs, 2011 Protected (greenhouse) vegetable land has developed quickly in recent year in Shanghai suburbs to increase farm productivity. According to 2010 statistics, including 9 districts and Chongming county and Guangming Food Corporation, Shanghai already has more than 13,501 ha of horticultural facilities (greenhouse).

Fertilization Techniques for Greenhouse Vegetables in the Shanghai Suburbs, 2010 Shanghai has been experiencing a rapid expansion of lands planted to vegetables, which as of 2009 cover over 6,670 ha. However, this growth in highly intensive cropping is also raising issues related to soil fertility degradation such as secondary soil salinization and soil acidification.

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2011

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