By: M Laegreid, O Ch Bockman and O Kaarstad
294 pages, Col plates, figs, tabs
Provides a balanced scientific review of the environmental and sustainability issues relating to fertilizer use and how its environmental impact can be minimized.
Provides a balanced scientific review of environmental and sustainability issues relating to fertilizer use and how its environmental impact can be minimized. Early chapters discuss the role and sources of plant nutrients, and overview constraints on sustainable food production. Later chapters deal with principles of soil productivity, individual plant nutrients, and direct and indirect environmental issues affecting the use of mineral fertilizers. Final chapters outline challenges and opportunities for increasing cereal production and agricultural sustainability in major food-producing regions. Includes color photos and a glossary. The authors are affiliated with Norak Hydro ASA.--SciTech Book News
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