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Table. 4.

Table. 4.

Effect of Haworthia truncata growth, on different mixed soils media

Shading level (%) TreatmentaPlant height (cm)Plant width (cm)Plant thickness (mm)Survival rate (%)
35Vermiculite: perlite=1:12.12.13.200
Vermiculite: perlite: peatmoss=1:1:12.22.32.100
Sandy soil: perlite=1:12.02.03.000
Sandy soil: perlite: peatmoss=1:1:12.42.62.800

55Vermiculite: perlite=1:12.32.33.100
Vermiculite: perlite: peatmoss=1:1:12.12.23.300
Sandy soil: perlite=1:12.62.63.100
Sandy soil: perlite: peatmoss=1:1:12.42.43.600

75Vermiculite: perlite=1:12.12.23.530
Vermiculite: perlite: peatmoss=1:1:12.32.33.730
Sandy soil: perlite=1:12.32.33.630
Sandy soil: perlite: peatmoss=1:1:12.32.22.930

95Vermiculite: perlite=1:12.42.54.4100
Vermiculite: perlite: peatmoss=1:1:12.72.64.3100
Sandy soil: perlite=1:12.52.64.5100
Sandy soil: perlite: peatmoss=1:1:12.52.74.1100

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Cultured on containing different soil for three weeks.

b Mean separation within columns, by Duncan’s multi range test (P=0.05).

c Non-significant or significant at P=0.05, respectively.

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