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Maize growing with reduced losses of minerals


Themaboekje Proefstation en Informatie en Kenniscentrum voor de Akkerbouw en de Groenteteelt in de Vollegrond ( 19): 12-37
Maize growing with reduced losses of minerals
Maize growing is accompanied by high losses of nutrients into the environment. This is partly ascribed to excess use of farmyard manure in the past and a range of crop, field and management characteristics.


Accession: 002889086



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