Plant analysis: an interpretation manual / (Acc: 6103)

by Reuter, D.J. | Robinson, J.B. | Dutkiewicz, C. Edition statement:2nd ed. Published by : CSIRO, (Collingwood :) Physical details: 572 p. : ill. ; tables. ; 30 cm. ISBN:0643059385. Year: 1997 Item type: Science General
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This 2Nd Edition Of The Highly Successful Plant Analysis : An Interpretation Manual Is An Accessible Account Of The Use Of Plant Analysis For Diagnosing Nutritional Disorders In Crops, Pastures, Vegetables, Fruit Trees, Vines, Ornamentals And Forest Species; For Assessing The Effectiveness Of Fertilizer Programs; And For Monitoring Longer Term Changes Incrop Nutritional Status. The Information Comprises A Comprehensive And Modern Basis For The Use Of Plant Analysis. The Reader Is Directed Through The Steps Involved In The Sampling And The Interpretation Of Results. An Entire Chapter Is Devoted To The Identification Of Nutrient Deficiency And Toxicity Symptoms. The Various Uses Of Plant Analysis Are Discussed In Detail. This New Edition Has Been Updated And Provides Some Important Innovations : 1. The Volume And Scope Of The Information Accessed From Both Australian And Overseas Literature Have Expanded Greatly. Interpretation Criteria For 294 Species Have Been Compiled In Tables From More Than 1872 Published Papers. 2. A New Chapter Has Been Added Documenting Criteria For Forest Species, With Particular Emphasis On Plantation Species Grown In Australia And South-East Asia. 3. Authors Have Carefully Summarized Interpretation Guidelines For Plant Tests That They Judge To Be Most Useful For Diagnosing The Nutrient Status Of Major Plant Species. Plant Analysis Is S A Powerful Diagnostic Procedure, And This Book Will Be A Valuable Resource For Agronomists, Horticulturalists, Plant Nutrition Specialists, Consultants, Foresters, Students And Primary Producers.

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