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Integrated nutrient management and waste recycling for restoring soil fertility and productivity in Japanese mint and mustard sequence in Uttar Pradesh, India



Integrated nutrient management and waste recycling for restoring soil fertility and productivity in Japanese mint and mustard sequence in Uttar Pradesh, India



Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 80(3): 267-275



Supplementing the nutrient requirement of crops through organic manures plays a key role in sustaining soil fertility, and crop productivity and reducing use of fossil fuels. Field experiments were conducted for 2 years at two different locations (Lucknow and Pantnagar) in Uttar Pradesh, India.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0167-8809(00)00151-1


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