1. 2012-01-01 Amazon.com DescriptionStrong gradients of decreasing soil fertility are found in many regions of the world. Millions of smallholders are now facing this serious crisis which causes them lower crop yields, and many of these families also suffer from food insecurity. With the aim of promoting...
  2. 1994-03-15 Amazon.com Description This volume is the revised English translation of the German title, "Bodenfruchtbarkeit und Standortgerechte Landwirtschaft". It presents a range of practices conducive to sustainable agricultures, and is of particular importance for the development of smallholdings in the...
  3. 2000-01-01 Amazon.com Description Soil Biology Primer Authors: Dr. Elaine Ingham Andrew R. Moldenke & Clive A. Edwards Limited Availibility online. Buy it here NOW!! For farmers, ranchers, ag professionals, resource specialists, conservationists, soil scientists, students and educators. The Soil Biology...
  4. 1993-06-15 Amazon.com Description This book discusses the role of essential nutrients in relation to nearly two dozen crops. Use the book's 307 color photographs to diagnose disorders in the field. The accompanying text explains symptoms in detail, with information provided by 31 crop experts. Covers the...
  5. 2001-01-01 Amazon.com Description Food security in West Africa is challenged by complex issues, including rapid population growth, exploitation of nonrenewable resources, and chronic low soil fertility, but in this text experts from world agricultural institutions share their work to provide solutions....
  6. 1975-01-01 In 1975,Let it Rot!helped start the composting movement and taught gardeners everywhere how to recycle waste to create soil-nourishing compost. Contains advice for starting and maintaining a composting system, building bins, and using compost. Third Edition. 318,000 copies in print. Just Let it...
  7. 2016-10-15 Diagnosing Crop Nutrient Deficiencies in the Field A Primer of Coffee Harvesting and Processing Book Review: Perennial Vegetable Gardening
  8. 2010-07-20 Alkalinity of Urine. Urine in storage can reach a pH of 9.0. HIV/AIDS. A person reading a draft of the urine article asked whether HIV/AIDS would be a concern with the use of urine as a fertilizer. Controlling the Odor of Urine. Dr. Arnat Tancho recommends mixing a small amount of microbial...
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    2010-07-20 One high quality and universally available source of all the major macronutrients (nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium) is human urine. Using human urine as fertilizer is not unprecedented, but for various reasons in most countries it is not commonly considered as an option, especially for growing...
  10. Rating: 5.0 - 1 Vote
    2002-01-20 The conventional view of the relationship between soil nutrients and crop productivity in the tropics is leading to both damaging agricultural policies and inefficient and damaging farm-level practices. There is no need to use the huge quantities of chemical fertilizers that are so often...