Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Soil Productivity Enhancement

Edited by Roland Nuhu Issaka

Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, India

Co-editor:

Mohammed Moro Buri

Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, India

Soil Productivity Enhancement comprises five chapters written by scientists from various parts of the world. The book is divided into three sections. 1: Conversion of Environmentally Polluting Waste into Fertilizer. This section discusses the conversion of waste water and other by-products from factories into organic fertilizers. It further examines how these materials can be used to enhance crop production and improve soil productivity. 2: Practices for Improving Nutrient Availability. Good nutrient management and proper composting of organic materials are options that can be used to enhance the productivity of soil. These and other practices are examined in this section. 3: Policy on Fertilizer Use. The need for effective policies to control and promote the effective and efficient use of fertilizers is discussed in this section.

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Soil Productivity EnhancementEdited by Roland Nuhu Issaka

Published: November 28th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.74124

ISBN: 978-1-78984-679-9

Print ISBN: 978-1-78984-678-2

Copyright year: 2018

Books open for chapter submissions

853 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Organic Fertilizers and Nutrient Recycling from Diluted Waste Streams

By Bente Foereid

183

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2. Olive-Pressed Solid Residues as a Medium for Growing Mushrooms and Increasing Soil Fertility

By Hani Mohamed Awad Abdelzaher, Haifa Abdulaziz S. Alhaithloul and Shaima Mohamed Nabil Moustafa

171

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3. Composing of Municipal Solid Waste and Its Use as Fertilizer

By Muhammad Khalid Iqbal

188

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4. Relationship of Agronomic Practices to Soil Nitrogen Dynamics

By Congming Zou, Robert C Pearce, John H Grove, Yan Li, Xiaodong Hu, Jie Chen, Junying Li and Yan Jin

180

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5. Fostering Fertilizer Use and Welfare Distribution in Tanzania: Implications for Policy and Practice

By Lutengano Mwinuka

131

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