Advances in Agronomy, Vol. 64 by Donald L. Sparks

By Donald L. Sparks

Quantity sixty four comprises six finished experiences masking key modern themes on crop and soil sciences. As continuously, the subjects are diverse and exemplary of the array of material lined via this long-running serial. With this most recent quantity, Advances in Agronomy is still well-known as a number one reference and as a main resource of the newest learn in agronomy, crop technological know-how, and soil technological know-how. Key good points * Cytogenics and genetics of pearl millet * accomplished examine advances in ICP emission and ICP spectrometry * Cotton development and nitrogen offer * resources and behaviour of arsenic within the soil surroundings * Dryland cropping intensification equipment * How plant roots collect mineral food

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