Advances in Agronomy: 54 by Donald L. Sparks

By Donald L. Sparks

quantity fifty four comprises seven stories masking key modern issues within the crop and soil sciences. The connections among agricultural perform and environmental impression are addressed in chapters on subsurface microbial ecology, herbicide-resistant box vegetation, and nitrification inhibitors. additionally between this assortment are experiences at the microbial aid of iron, manganese, and different metals; acid tolerance of wheat; lentil breeding and construction; and using apomixis in cultivar improvement. With this newest quantity, Advances in Agronomy is still famous as a prolific and great reference through the clinical neighborhood. In 1993 Advances in Agronomy elevated its book frequency to 3 volumes in keeping with 12 months, and may proceed this development as our breadth of agronomic inquiry and information keeps to grow.

  • Impact of agriculture on subsurface microbial ecology
  • Herbicide-resistant crops
  • Microbial relief of iron, manganese, and different metals
  • Nitrification inhibitors
  • Apomixis in cultivar development

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