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Agriculture and Fertilizers: Fertilizers in Perspective: Their Role in Feeding the World, Environmental Changes, Are There Alternatives

 
Oluf Chr. Bockman (Author) Ola Kaarstad (Author) Ole H. Lie (Author) Ian Richards (Author)
Synopsis

The present book provides factual information about the environmental aspects of modern agriculture, with an emphasis on the issues relating to fertilizer use. The information is drawn from the scientific literature and the text has been reviewed by scientist at universities and independent research institutes.

It is firm conviction that fertilizer, when properly used, is an environmentally benign product which is indispensable in agriculture's task of feeding the worlds population. The material presented in this book substantiates this conviction.

It is hope that this book will contribute to a better understanding of the complexities of agriculture, and will be of value in future discussion of regulation and changes of practice.

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About the author

Ian Richards

Dr. Ian Richards is Director of the Postgraduate Journalism Program at the University of South Australia in Adelaids, where he teaches a range of subjects in the areas of print journalism and journalism ethics. He has worked and studied in Australia and the United Kingdom, and is editor of Australian Journalism Review, widely regarded as Australia's leading referred journal in the academic field of journalism.

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Bibliographic information

Title Agriculture and Fertilizers: Fertilizers in Perspective: Their Role in Feeding the World, Environmental Changes, Are There Alternatives
Format Hardcover
Date published: 20.03.2015
Edition Reprint.
Publisher United Book Prints
Language: English
isbn 9789383692101
length 245p., Illustrations; 26cm.