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Nitrogen Fertilization in the Environment

Edited By: P E Bacon
624 pages, Figs
Publisher: CRC Press
Nitrogen Fertilization in the Environment
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  • Nitrogen Fertilization in the Environment ISBN: 9780824789947 Hardback Dec 1995 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Covers a wide range of nitrogen management activities in particular countries and climates.

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World nitrogen supply and demand - an overview; plant uptake and utilization of nitrogen; developments in modelling nitrogen transformations in soil; modelling N fertilization requirements for crops and pastures; nitrogen fertilization of upland crops; nitrogen fertilization practices of lowland rice culture; nitrogen management and fertilization of tropical plantation tree crops; nitrogen management for intensively grown arable crops and field vegetables; nitrogen management in orchards; nitrogen cycling in grazing systems; nitrogen fertilization practices in forestry; atmospheric N2 fixation as an alternative N source; organic wastes as alternative nitrogen sources; modelling the effects of management practices on nitrogen in soils and ground water; minimizing gaseous losses of nitrogen.

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Edited By: P E Bacon
624 pages, Figs
Publisher: CRC Press
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