Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Soil Fertility

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Roland Nuhu Issaka

Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, India

PublishedDecember 12th, 2012

Doi10.5772/55414

ISBN978-953-51-0873-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-5021-3

Copyright year2012

Number of pages252

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2. Improvement of Soil Fertility with Use of Indigenous Resources in Lowland Rice Systems

By Satoshi Nakamura, Roland Nuhu Issaka, Israel K. Dzomeku, Monrawee Fukuda, Mohammed Moro Buri, Vincent Kodjo Avornyo, Eric Owusu Adjei, Joseph A. Awuni and Satoshi Tobita

2,755
3. Soil Management for the Establishment of the Forage Legume Arachis pintoi as a Mean to Improve Soil Fertility of Native Pastures of Mexico

By Braulio Valles-de la Mora, Epigmenio Castillo-Gallegos, Jesús Jarillo- Rodríguez and Eliazar Ocaña-Zavaleta

2,177
5. Plant Analysis

By Renato de Mello Prado and Gustavo Caione

4,071
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6. Sustainable Management of Soil Potassium – A Crop Rotation Oriented Concept

By Witold Grzebisz, Witold Szczepaniak, Jarosław Potarzycki and Remigiusz Łukowiak

2,507
7. Soil Acidity and Liming in Tropical Fruit Orchards

By William Natale, Danilo Eduardo Rozane, Serge-Étienne Parent and Léon Etienne Parent

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9. Alternative Fertilizer Utilizing Methods for Sustaining Low Input Agriculture

By Monrawee Fukuda, Fujio Nagumo, Satoshi Nakamura and Satoshi Tobita

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