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4R Plant Nutrient Management in African Agriculture

An extension handbook for fertilizer management in smallholder farming systems

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Fertilizing Crops to Improve Human Health: A Scientific Review

The International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) and International Fertilizer Industry Association (IFA) have joined to produce a scientific review that is comprised of 11 chapters within three themed sections including: Food and Nutrition Security, Functional Foods, and Risk Reduction. 290 Pages, 6 x 9 in.

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Forrajes De Las Américas (Spanish translation of Southern Forages)

The book is a translation and adaptation of the 4th edition of the popular textbook Southern Forages

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Managing Water and Fertilizer for Sustainable Agricultural Intensification

A reference guide to improve general understanding of the best management practices for the use of water and fertilizers throughout the world to enhance crop production, improve farm profitability and resource efficiency, and reduce environmental impacts related to crop production.

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Oil Palm Series: Management for Large and Sustainable Yields

The advent of precision agriculture and new oil palm planting materials have made it necessary to provide planters with the latest information on oil palm management. This book provides an in-depth discussion on every aspect of oil palm management — from botany to nutritional needs, from managing the canopy to precision management using GIS.

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Oil Palm Series: Nutrient Disorders and Nutrient Management

Pocket guide providing essential and up-to-date information on leaf sampling, quantitative surveys on deficiency symptoms, and other important guidelines related to nutrient management. Includes a large annex with pictures of nutrient deficiency symptoms.

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Rice Series: Rice - A Practical Guide to Nutrient Management

Since its first introduction in 2002, this Practical Guide became the standard referece for developing site-specific nutrient management (SSNM) recommendations in irrigated and favorable rainfed rice. The SSNM approach has been successfully evaluated in a wide range of farmers' fields in Asia and is now promoted by national agencies in many Asian countries. The Guide includes a large annex with pictures of nutrient deficiency symptoms.

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Soil Acidity Evaluation and Management

On soils where acidity limits crop yields, identification and correction of soil acidity constitutes an important part of best management practices to achieve sustainability. This booklet provides a concise review of key concepts related to soil acidity, its evaluation and control through various management options. 30 pages, 8 1/2 x 11 in., wire-o bound.

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Soil Fertility Kit: Management of Soil Fertility in Acid, Upland Soils

Deforestation, resulting soil erosion, and poor crop management are the major causes of land degradation. Soil is the farmer's basic resource, and thus, soil fertility is a key determinant in human development. This book presents the important concepts of soil fertility management in an easy-to-understand format. Full-color photographs, tables and charts are used throughout the book so that readers can quickly grasp the underlying principles of soil fertility.

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Southern Forages: Modern Concepts for Forage Crop Management - 5th Edition (2015)

Southern Forages was first introduced in 1991 and has since gained wide recognition as a practical and reliable source of information on modern forage crop management. The Fifth Edition of Southern Forages, released in February, 2015, is an even more valuable book, with extensive chapter revisions, topic updates, and other improvements.

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Specialty Coffee: Managing Quality

The more we searched for information on coffee quality, the more we realized that a superb cup of coffee depends on a complex of processes along the supply chain that allows little margin for error at any stage. Furthermore, as so often occurs when personal preferences and tastes are involved in defining quality, the process of producing magnificent coffees is as much an art as a science. Consequently, as we developed this book, we tried to combine hard science with art and put it into a business context: the result is a book with a wide range of styles. This book is neither a blueprint nor a recipe for specialty coffee production. Our intention is to provide information and ideas that stimulate and support creative thinking that can provide the basis for developing and adjusting the myriad processes and details of the specialty coffee supply chains that produce a multitude of coffees with distinctive traits from a diverse range of origins.

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