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Horgen

(hôr`gən), town (1990 pop. 16,463), Zürich canton, N Switzerland, on the Lake of Zürich. A textile center in the 17th cent., Horgen today has manufactures of electronic equipment. There is a noteworthy 18th-century church in the town.
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Kirkby, Principles of Plant Nutrition, Internacional Potash Institute, Horgen, Switzerland, 4th edition, 1987.
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