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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Green manuring,
  • Nitrogen,
  • Fixation,
  • Corn,
  • Sorghum,
  • Fertilizers,
  • Multiple cropping

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Val J. Eylands
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 161 leaves :
Number of Pages161
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25918263M
OCLC/WorldCa11429068

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When forage sorghum, grown as a sole crop, was replaced with lablab in 3 of the 5 years, overall forage N concentration increased significantly, and on the Vertosol, yield and soil nitrate-N reserves also increased significantly relative to industry-standard sorghum. All forage systems maintained or increased the concentration of soil nitrate-N 1 day ago   Contributor By: Evan Hunter Public Library PDF ID f03 nutrient deficiencies toxicities in crop plants pdf Favorite eBook Reading upper leaves remain green with prolonged nitrogen nutrition deficiency yellowing chlorosis of older or   Current grain-based cropping systems are designed to optimize grain production and are not necessarily well-suited to the production of cellulose-containing biomass. In an analysis of actions needed to achieve the bold projections of the current, aggressive biofuel agenda ( million tons/year), Fales et al. () prioritize the development of new crops and cropping systems that enhance the Maize grain yield ranged from ± Mg ha −1 to ± Mg ha −1 with the highest value in the mineral fertilization treatment and the lowest values in the % compost fertilization. Wheat and sunflower grain yields were not significantly different among control, mineral, compost, or mineral/compost fertilization treatments with