Posts Tagged ‘ Plant nutrition ’

Vermicompost for Sugarcane – New Experiments [Part 2]

June 20, 2012
By Krishiworld
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In this respect, root-systems are known to vary from crop to crop. Hence their feeding power differs. The extent and the spread of the effective root-system determines the soil volume trapped in the feeding-zone of the crop plant. This is indeed an important information in a given soil-plant system which helps us to choose...

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Vermicompost for Sugarcane – New Experiments [Part1]

June 19, 2012
By Krishiworld
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Plant nutrition and the soil-plant system. The key-role of fertilizers and their judicious use in crop husbandry is well understood, when one is familiar with the general facts about plant nutrition. It is now known that at least 16 plant-food elements are necessary for the growth of green plants. These plant-nutrients are called essential...

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