By: J Thomas Sims (Editor)
1121 pages, illustrations
Phosphorus and its effect on the environment have become hotly contested issues by watershed managers, farmers, lakeside property owners, regulatory agencies, and politicians. This 1121 page monograph, Phosphorus: Agriculture and the Environment is a thorough discussion by 78 experts on topics ranging from the properties and sources of phosphorus in agriculture to strategies for its management in the environment. Learn about phosphorus and sources for agriculture, production and characteristics,reactions and cycling in soils, plant nutrition and crop management, animal nutrition, and more.
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