Nutrient deficiencies of field crops : guide to diagnosis and management / Dr. Siddaiah.Material type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: New Delhi, India : Random Publications, 2017Description: 274 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmContent type:
- 9789351119890 (hardback)
- SB742 Si1 2017
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Crop nutrition and ammoniation -- Plant nutrition management -- Phosphorus in plants and crop production -- Mineral nutrients -- Soil nutrients management -- Soil-plant nutrient relations -- Nutrient deficiency symptoms -- Nutrient deficiencies in cereal crops -- Nutrient deficiencies in oilseed crops -- Ecosystems of field crop.
"This requires right determination of plant supplement lacks to stay away from further utilization of pesticides in situation where irritations or pathogens that are not in truth the reason for poor harvest wellbeing. Nitrogen (N) deficiency causes pale, yellowish-green corn plants with spindly stalks. Because nitrogen is a mobile nutrient in the plant, symptoms begin on the older, lower leaves and progress up the plant if the deficiency persists. Symptoms appear on leaves as a V-shaped yellowing, starting at the tip and progressing down the midrib toward the leaf base. The condition is favored by cold or saturated soil; dry soil, particularly after mid-season; large amounts of low-nitrogen residue; sandy soil; inadequate fertilization; leaching from heavy rainfall, and flooded or ponded soil when the temperature is warm. The book written in a very simple language will enable the readers in diagnosing properly first the disorders and then will lead to most scientific cure of the same in soil-plant system."--Back cover
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