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Site-Specific Nutrient Management

Agustin Pagani , John Sawyer , A.P. Mallarino

Site-specific management and planning for nutrient inputs is needed for optimizing economic return and minimizing effects on environmental quality. This publication includes information about factors that influence soil fertility, fertilization management, and associated relations with environmental quality.

Pages / Length: 141
Publication Date: 05/2013
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