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Better Crops With Plant Food

A Publication of the International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI)

XCV (95) 2011, No. 2

Dr. Robert E. Wagner, Retired President of PPI, Passes Away at Age 90

Nutrient Deficiencies and Toxicities – as Relevant as Ever for Crops
W.M. (Mike) Stewart and William F. Bennett

Nutrient Deficiencies and Toxicities in Crop Plants Book Now Available at Reduced Price

Sulfur Emerges as a Nutritional Issue in Iowa Alfalfa Production
John Sawyer, Brian Lang, and Daniel Barker

Sulfur Fertilization Response in Iowa Corn Production
John Sawyer, Brian Lang, and Daniel Barker

NEWS: Crop Nutrient Deficiency Image Collection Now Available from IPNI/New Initiative and Website Increase Awareness of 4R Nutrient Stewardship/Upcoming Events...

Optimization Principles of Nitrogen Management for Winter Wheat at the Farm Level
V. A. Romanenkov

Best Nitrogen Management Practices to Decrease Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Jan Willem van Groenigen, Oene Oenema, Kees Jan van Groenigen, Gerard Velthof, and Chris van Kessel

Nutritional Status of Cocoa in Papua New Guinea
Paul Nelson, Michael Webb, Suzanne Berthelsen, George Curry, David Yinil, Chris Fidelis, Myles Fisher, and Thomas Oberthür

Nitrogen Utilization by Western U.S. Cotton
Jeffrey C. Silvertooth, Kevin F. Bronson, E. Randall Norton, and Robert Mikkelsen

Crop Yield and Soil Fertility as Influenced by Nutrient Management in Rainfed Inner Mongolia
Yu Duan, De-bao Tuo, Pei-yi Zhao, Huan-chun Li, and Shutian Li

Fertilizer Use and Human Health
Tom Bruulsema

How Does One pH Compare to Another?
T. Scott Murrell

IPNI Awards Available to Graduate Students and Scientists in 2011

Maximizing Productivity and Profit through Site-Specific Nutrient Management in Rice-Based Cropping Systems
V.K. Singh, K. Majumdar, M.P. Singh, Raj Kumar, and B. Gangwar

A Guide to Identifying and Managing Nutrient Deficiencies in Cereal Crops

Gavin D. Sulewski Becomes Editor at IPNI as Don Armstrong Retires

Looking Back and into the Future
Don L. Armstrong