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Quantitative root ecology as element of soil fertility theory

Quantitative root ecology as element of soil fertility theory

Netherlands Journal of Agricultural Science 34(3): 273-281

Nutrient use efficiency with special reference to the soil/plant system, soil fertility theory relating to fertilizers, plant nutrition, soil properties and root ecology and aspects of quantitative root ecology are considered and an approach to modelling the relation of root ecology to soil fertility theory is outlined.

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