1. 1972-01-01 This paper has two goals: evaluation and education. It is not, in the usual sense, a critical review paper, since no effort is made to assess the quality of the various research contributions cited. Rather, an attemp is made to stand back, gauge the broad accomplishments, trends, and gaps in the...
  2. 1994-07-19 A technique for removing salts from planting containers.
  3. Salt buildup typically occurs in dry areas where evaporation exceeds precipitation. Over time, as water evaporates, the minerals left behind begin to accumulate. Plants need a certain amount of soluble salts, but when the salt content of soil water is greater than that of the water inside plant...
  4. 1991-12-19 We Are Beginning Our Second Decade! Sudanese Experience With Neem To Control Pests Some Helpful Facts About Salinity Caution About Using Moringa Tree Roots As A Horseradish Substitute Guidelines For Farmers Near Volcanos Who Must Now Plant In Fresh Volcanic Ash Use Of Partially Buried Flower Pots...
  5. 1991-12-19 I pulled the following facts from Knott's Vegetable Handbook
  6. 2016-08-17 Farmers and gardeners in semi-arid and arid regions of the world face two associated but separate problems, which limit the crops they can grow and the yield of these crops. The underlying problem is lack of rainfall needed for growing plants. The second is accumulation of salts in the root zone....
  7. Book 3 explains deficiency symptoms of the following nutrients: Boron and Molybdeunum plus salinity, two or more deficiency symptoms, grow-box gardening, and Index.