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Sugarcane growth in relation to soil microbial balance


Soils and Fertilizers in Taiwan: 31-36
Sugarcane growth in relation to soil microbial balance
Pre-planting submergence coupled with the application of manure is recommended as a means of maintaining yields of sugar cane in monoculture.


Accession: 001130884



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