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British Survey of Fertiliser Practice Fertiliser Use on Farm Crops for Year 1995

By: Fisheries and Food Ministry of Agriculture
British Survey of Fertiliser Practice
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  • British Survey of Fertiliser Practice ISBN: 9780112430094 Spiralbound Dec 1996 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Section A The British survey of Fertilizer Practice: introduction; definitons. Section B Commentary on the results from the 1995 British Survey of Fertilizer Practice: overall fertilizer usage; fertilizer use on major tillage crops; fertilizer use on grassland; re-estimation of 1994 and 1993 figures, grass categories. Section C Survey methodology and sampling variation.

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By: Fisheries and Food Ministry of Agriculture
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