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Management of Nutrient Interactions in Agriculture

H.L.S. Tandon (Editor)
Synopsis At least sixteen elements are essential for the growth and development of plants. Interactions among them are a standard feature of biological systems. These assume added significance by affecting crop productivity and returns from investments made by farmers in fertilisers. As agriculture becomes more intensive and the extent of nutrient deficiencies increases, so does the practical significance of nutrient interactions. Indian agriculture has already entered into the era of multiple nutrient deficiencies. This unique book is exclusively devoted to nutrient interactions. Its objective is to collect, compile and analyse available information on interactions between nutrients in soils and plants for possible practical application. It covers all important nutrients, whether called macro or micro. It also covers a wide range of soils, crops and fertilisers. This book has been written for all those who are interested in balanced and efficient use of fertilisers, plant nutrition and in maximising returns from fertiliser investments. It should be of interest to agricultural planners; students, teachers and researchers in soil science, plant physiology, agronomy, mineral nutrition and biochemistry; agronomy and farm advisory field staff of the fertiliser industry and departments of agriculture, organisations dealing in major and micro-nutrients, training centers; soil, plant and fertiliser testing laboratories and the libraries of above organisations.
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Title Management of Nutrient Interactions in Agriculture
Author H.L.S. Tandon
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1992
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
length 142p., Figs; Tables; References.