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|4R Plant Nutrition Manual: A Manual for Improving the Management of Plant Nutrition (Metric Version)|
|4R Plant Nutrition Manual: A Manual for Improving the Management of Plant Nutrition (North American Version)|
|Soil Fertility Manual|
The Manual serves as a practical and modern resource on soil fertility, including the primary and secondary nutrients and micronutrients, soil sampling and testing, plant analysis, other diagnostic techniques, and more. The publication contains 11 chapters, plus an appendix section containing tables of conversions, reference lists, and color photos of various nutrient deficiency symptoms in crops.
|Plant Nutrition Diagnostics: Broccoli|
As part of an expanding series, this book provides readers with a valuable diagnostic tool through its unique collection of photographs documenting nutrient deficiency symptoms in broccoli. Once the underlying deficiency is known, strategies can be developed that help avoid losses in crop yield or quality. This book begins by providing generalized information on plant nutrient deficiency, which is followed by hundreds of images with accompanying text descriptions documenting deficiency symptoms for nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, sulfur, boron, copper, iron, and zinc.
|Minerals in Plant and Human Nutrition and Health|
This book is intended for those with an interest in the nutritional qualities of plants and humans ... and the link between them. Human and plant nutrition are closely intertwined. Fertilization practices influence the quality and nutritional content of food. If plants are fertilized properly, the food produced from them will be healthy and nutritious. This book is a great reference uniquely of use to both those in the professions of agronomy and medicine.
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