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Maize growing with reduced losses of minerals


, : 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 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.

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