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Be your own maize doctor. Nutrition and fertilizer application


, : Be your own maize doctor. Nutrition and fertilizer application. Arquivo do Agronomo ( 2): 1-9

Nutritional requirements of maize are described, and a key is presented for diagnosis of deficiency symptoms in upper and lower parts of the plant.

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