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Achieving sustainable crop nutrition

By: Angus, Prof J. F.(Contributions by) Foulkes, Prof M. John(Contributions by) George, Dr Timothy S.(Contributions by) Havlin, Prof J. L.(Contributions by) Nehe, Dr Ajit S.(Contributions by) Pilbeam, Dr David(Contributions by) Schlegel, Dr A. J.(Contributions by) Sharpley, Prof Andrew N.(Contributions by) White, Prof. Philip J.(Contributions by) Rengel, Prof Zed(Edited by)

Part of the Burleigh Dodds Series in Agricultural Science series
1786763125 / 9781786763129
Stock expected by 02/10/2021
United Kingdom
23 cm 520 pages : illustrations (colour)
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This collection reviews current research on understanding nutrient cycles, the ways crops process nutrients, the environmental effects of fertilizer use and how this understanding can be used to improve nutrient use efficiency for a more resource-efficient and climate-smart agriculture.

Parts 1-3 summarise research on the primary macronutrients: nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.

Chapters review what we know about nutrient cycles, crop nutrient processing, potential environmental effects and ways of optimising nutrient use efficiency (NUE).

The fourth section of the book discusses secondary macronutrients and micronutrients including: calcium, iron, zinc, boron, manganese and molybdenum as well as soil organic matter.

The final part of the book reviews research on optimising fertiliser use.

Chapters cover topics such as assessing nutrient availability and advances in integrated plant nutrient management.

Other chapters discuss enhanced efficiency fertilisers, the use of bio-effectors/bio-stimulants, fertigation techniques, foliar fertilizers and the use of treated wastes in crop nutrition.


TVF Sustainable agriculture, TVK Agronomy & crop production

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