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Soil, Plant, Water and Fertilizer Analysis

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By: PK Gupta
350 pages, Tabs, figs
Publisher: Agrobios
Soil, Plant, Water and Fertilizer Analysis
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This manuscript is a compilation of some tested and widely used analytical method of characterizing soil, plant, water and fertilizers. The text presented in the book is sub-divided into nineteen chapters and four appendixes dealing with procedures of quantifying various physical and chemical properties of soil, water and fertilizers as well as chemical composition of plant material. Some analytical concepts related to soil microbiology and water biology have been dealt separately. The method given are described under four sub headings, Principle, materials, equipment, method and calculation. Brief explanations of the important steps have also been included. Modifications in the method and calculations are made wherever felt necessary for providing better understanding and clarity about the subject.

Contents

1. Collection and preparation of soil samples for analysis. 2. Estimation of soil texture. 3. Estimation of soil moisture and soil moisture constants. 4. Soil density and porosity. 5. Determination of rheological properties of soil. 6. Soil PH and electrical conductivity. 7. Water soluble salts. 8. Exchangeable cations and cation exchange capacity. 9. Estimation of available nutrients. 10. Microbiological analysis of soil: an introduction. 11. Enumeration and isolation of soil microorganism. 12. Rhizobium and nitrogen fixation. 13. Vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhiza. 14. Plant analysis. 15. Water analysis: an introduction. 16. Physical analysis of water. 17. Chemical analysis of water. 18. Biological parameters of water. 19. Analysis of fertilizers and manures. 20. Appendix 1: Soil profile study. 21. Appendix 2: Laboratory help. 22. Appendix 3: Advanced analytical techniques. 23. Appendix 4: Common commercial concentrations of acids and ammonium hydroxide. 24. References.

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Handbook / Manual
By: PK Gupta
350 pages, Tabs, figs
Publisher: Agrobios
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