6 edition of Nutrient Disequilibria in Agroecosystems found in the catalog.
February 10, 2000 by CABI .
Written in English
|Contributions||E. M. A. Smaling (Editor), O. Oenema (Editor), L. O. Fresco (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
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Nutrient Disequilibria in Agroecosystems also includes case studies, from fish farms in eastern Asia to nutrient flow monitoring in Kenyan tea/maize farms, the dairy sector in New Zealand and ecological farming in Switzerland, the future for global-level research in soil fertility management and nutrient flow analysis.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. Nutrient Cycling in Ecosystems versus Nutrient Budgets of Agricultural Systems / M. van Noordwijk Basics of Budgets, Buffers and Balances of Nutrients in Relation to Sustainability of Agroecosystems / B.H.
Janssen Upscaling of Nutrient Budgets from Agroecological. Book: Nutrient disequilibria in agroecosystems: concepts and case studies. + pp. Abstract: The stocks and flows of carbon carbon Subject Category: Chemicals and Chemical Groups.
Nutrient disequilibria in agroecosystems: concepts and case studies: Author(s) Smaling, E.M.A.; Oenema, O.; Fresco, L.O. Source: Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing - ISBN - Department(s) Plant Research International Laboratory of Soil Science and Geology Sub-department of Soil Quality: Publication type: Scientific book (author.
Nutrient disequilibria in agroecosystems. This book describes and explores the latest concepts of the causes of nutrient imbalances, including the importance of different spatial scales, and examines ways to quantify and manage nutrient stocks, the increasing amount of legislation and the urgent need for the development of integrated.
Nutrient disequilibria in agroecosystems. concepts and case studies Author: E. Smaling,Oene Oenema,Louise Fresco Publisher: This book describes and explores the latest concepts of the causes of nutrient imbalances, including the importance of different spatial scales, and examines ways to quantify and manage nutrient stocks, the.
Nutrient imbalances have a substantial impact on the productivity and sustainability of agroecosystems worldwide.
Fertilizer and manure use, atmospheric deposition, international transportation of produce, solute and gas emissions and soil erosion have all contributed to deficits and surpluses, which in some areas have reached alarming proportions.
Soil Use and Management 14 Supplement, ^ Received Mayaccepted after revision January BOOK REVIEW Nutrient Disequilibria in Agroecosystems Edited by E.M. Smaling, O. Oenema & L.A. Fresco Published by CABI Publishing, Wallingford, Oxon and New York,pp.
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in EMA Smaling, O Oenema & LO Fresco (eds), Nutrient Disequilibria in Agroecosystems: Concepts and Case Studies. Nutrient deficits occur in many sub-Saharan African countries (Smaling, ), while nutrient surpluses are found, for example, in industrialized and OECD countries (e.g.
OECD, ). Nutrient budgets have been a valuable tool for scientist to summarize and facilitate the understanding of nutrient cycling in agroecosystems for more than a by: Van Noordwijk M In Nutrient Disequilibria in Agroecosystems: Concepts and Case Studies. Eds. EMA Smaling, O Oenema and LO Fresco.
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Oenema and L.O. Fresco. CAB International, Wallingford. Hardbound, pp. ISBN US$ In: Smaling EMA, Oenema O and Fresco LO (eds) Nutrient Disequilibria in Agroecosystems: Concepts and Case-studies, pp – CAB International, Wallingford Google Scholar Haynes RJ and Williams PH () Nutrient cycling and soil fertility in the grazed pasture by: 'Staff publications' is the digital repository of Wageningen University & Research 'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from onward.
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The notion of management has undergone many changes during the past century. Nowadays, management is perceived as “specialized activity to achieve targets.” Skill in management is the single most important factor determining the economic and environmental performance of agroecosystems.
Nutrient management is “management of nutrients to achieve agronomic and Cited by: ‘Nutrient disequilibria in agroecosystems: concep ts and case studies’.
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Adger. Van Noordwijk M () Nutrient cycling in ecosystems versus nutrient budgets of agricultural systems. In: Smaling EMA, Oenema O, Fresco LO (eds) Nutrient disequilibria in agroecosystems. Concepts and case studies. CAB International, Wallingford, pp 1–26 Google ScholarAuthor: Peter de Willigen, Oene Oenema, Wim de Vries.
Effects of Moisture Stress and Anti-transpirants on Leaf Chlorophyll, (pages –) M. Prakash and K. Ramachandran. Article first published online: 25 DEC | DOI: /jxx. Basics of budgets, buffers and balances of nutrients in relation to sustainability of agroecosystems Published in Nutrient disequilibria in agroecosystems: concepts and case studiesCited by: Encounters Studies In Comparative Political Theory, Nutrient Disequilibria In Agroecosystems Concepts And Case Studies, Le Carnet De Cuisine De La Maremma Toscana, Cardiac Wellness Nine Steps To A Healthy Heart, Sony Ke P42m1 Pdp Colour Tv Service Manual Download, To be able to find the Zope Quatre Tudes De Full Version easily.
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; New York: Cambridge University Press, Nutrient and Cash Flows Monitoring in Farming Systems on the Eastern Slopes of mount Kenya. In: Smaling E.M.A., and (eds) Nutrient Disequilibria in Agroecosystems: Concepts and Case Studies. The magnitude of current nutrient losses from agriculture to ground and surface water calls for effective environmental policy, including the use of regulation.
Nutrient loss is experienced in many countries despite differences in the organisation and intensity of agricultural production.
A Text Book Of Vegetable Culture. আরয়া, প্রেম শিং Nutrient Disequilibria in Agroecosystems: Concepts and Case Studies. এরিক এম এ স্মেলিং. Nutrient Cycling Agroecosystems Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugendi DN, Kung’u J, Mugwe J, Bationo A Effects of organic and mineral fertilizer inputs on maize yield and soil chemical properties in a maize cropping system in Meru South District, Kenya.
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Scientific papers Pfiffner, L () Effets à long terme de l'agriculture conventionelle et biologique sur les population des vers de terre.
Colloque de la Groupe de Recherche en. The Analysis of Agricultural Materials. Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and nce Book Stationery Office. Agricultural and Ecological Performance of Cropping Systems Compared in a Long-Term Field Trial. In: Nutrient Disequilibria in Agroecosystems, Concepts and Case Studies.
The nutrient reserves in many agricultural. Review Nutrient balances in African land use systems across different spatial scales: A review of approaches, challenges and progress Juan Guillermo Cobo a,b, Gerd Dercon a,1, Georg Cadisch a, * a University of Hohenheim, Institute of Plant Production and Agroecology in the Tropics and Subtropics,Garbenstra Stuttgart.
Geurts PMH, Fleskens L, Löwer J, Folmer ECR. Soil nutrient balance at field level of mixed cropping systems in various agroecological zones in Mozambique. In: Smaling EMA, Oenema O, Fresco LO (eds). Nutrient disequilibria in agroecosystems. CAB International, Wallingford, UK.
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