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Di Giulio Alessandro Maria, Passoni Matteo: Plant cultivation device. Ecology S R L, Di Giulio Alessandro Maria, July 4, 2007: EP1803346-A2 (5 worldwide citation)

The plant cultivation device (1) comprises a frame (2) fixable to a wall (3) and supporting a first panel (7) presenting means (9) for retaining plants (10) with their roots (11) free in air in correspondence with a rear portion of the first panel (7) and their leaves (12) in correspondence with a f ...


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Hans Tobler, Henry Szczepanski, Werner Föry: Herbicidal composition. Syngenta Crop Protection, William A Teoli Jr, September 25, 2001: US06294504 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to new compounds of formula (I) wherein R1 to R3, U, V, W, Z and m have the significances given in the description, their use as antidotes, in herbicidal compositions for the control of weeds and plants in useful plant cultivation.


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Teruo Ikeno, Satoshi Kado, Saburo Ayusawa, Hironobu Kawasaki, Takashi Watanabe: Manganese surface coated steel materials. Nippon Steel Corporation, Cushman Darby & Cushman, May 26, 1981: US04269904 (4 worldwide citation)

Manganese coated steel materials having a compact film of hydrated manganese oxide formed on the manganese coating by heating and drying. Manganese coated steel materials of the present invention show very excellent corrosion resistance in ordinary corrosive environments as well as special corrosive ...


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Toranosuke Tokoro: Hydroponic plant cultivation device. Dainichi Sangyo, Armstrong Nikaido Marmelstein & Kubovcik, June 17, 1986: US04594811 (4 worldwide citation)

A hydroponic plant cultivation device is disclosed, wherein at least one rotating cultivation tower is arranged. The tower is formed by piling up a plurality of cultivation unit, each of which has a plurality of ports for allowing to receive and maintain a lower end of a plant to be cultivated, a no ...


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Lang Hans: Shading device for plant cultivation installations.. Lang Hans, July 15, 1981: EP0031884-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

In order to be able to alter the incident light quantity in an infinitely variable manner over a wide range in greenhouses with shading devices, an elastically stretchable fabric (5) is used which is arranged between two suspension devices (6, 7) which can be moved relative to one another. The stret ...


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Hideo Ikezawa, Masaru Kadota, Tomotsugu Miyoshi: Bio-degradable composite nonwoven fabric for plant cultivation. New Oji Paper, Armstrong Westerman Hattori McLeland & Naughton, June 2, 1998: US05759929 (4 worldwide citation)

A bio-degradable composite nonwoven fabric for plant cultivation includes a wood pulp paper sheet laminated on a bio-degradable aliphatic polyester filament nonwoven fabric, wherein the polyester filaments and the pulp fibers are entangled to each other and a plurality of spot regions which are spac ...


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Baumann Gerhard: Shaft-structure for use in hydroponics plant cultivation receptacles. Interhydro, Imirie and Smiley, April 23, 1974: US3805445 (4 worldwide citation)

A shaft-structure for use in a hydroponics plant cultivation receptacle containing substrate material and nutrient liquid, having a hollow removable inset container to facilitate removal of when substrate material thrown in an unauthorized manner into the shaft-structure without necessitating emptyi ...


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Jean Louis Fages, Bernard Kafka, Maki Kashiwakura: Spoil-less substrate for household plants - made from mineral wool tufts with supporting, water retaining and/or fertiliser releasing properties. Saint Gobain Isover, December 10, 1993: FR2691875-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

The cultivation module e.g. for house plants, consists of a packet contg. a number of tufts or morsels (20,21,22) of a substrate with different specialised functions e.g. for supporting a plant, retaining water or delayed release of a fertiliser, or a combination of all three. The substrate can be m ...


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Substrates for plant cultivation. Dynamit Nobel, July 2, 1980: GB2036523-A (4 worldwide citation)

Soiless plant cultivation techniques have hitherto employed substrates such as foam panels through which the plant roots grow, mainly to develop on the underside of the panel. To promote root development in the substrate material itself, a method of soillessly cultivating a plant comprises growing t ...



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