Science into practice - Watercress: tailored use of phosphate

Watercress requires supplementary phosphate fertilisation to produce marketable crops because the spring water used to grow it does not contain enough phosphate. Growers have long relied on phosphate fertiliser but there is no simple blueprint to follow.

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