Hello guest
Your basket is empty
We provide two pathways to the content. Thematic (chapters that address certain themes, e.g. cultivation, regardless of crop or animal type) and Product (chapters that relate to a specific type of crop or animal). Choose the most applicable route to find the right collection for you. 
 
Can’t find what you are looking for? Contact us and let us help you build a custom-made collection. 
You are in: All categories > A-Z Chapters > I
Use the Contact form to discuss the best purchasing method for you... Start building your collection today!

Improving soil and crop nutrition management in sorghum cultivation

Code: 9781838795405
David Mengel, Kansas State University, USA

Chapter synopsis: This chapter provides an overview of the nutrients needed, quantities of nutrients used and concepts of nutrient management commonly utilized in commercial grain sorghum production. The chapter describes how these concepts can also be applied to subsistence production as practised in much of the developing world where sorghum is grown. The chapter focuses on the management practices and techniques utilized for the essential mineral nutrients commonly observed to be deficient in sorghum production. These include: N, P, K, S, Fe, Mn, Zn and Cl. The chapter will discuss soil and other conditions under which deficiencies may occur; methods to assess nutrient availability and nutrient sources, both chemical fertilizers and also common by-products which can be used as nutrient sources; and preferred methods and time of applications.

DOI: £25.00
Quantity:
Table of contents 1 Introduction 2 Quantities of the essential elements utilized by sorghum 3 Tools commonly used in developing nutrient management programmes 4 Managing soil acidity in sorghum 5 Nitrogen fertilization and management 6 Phosphorus and potassium fertilization 7 Sulphur 8 Micronutrients 9 Conclusion 10 References

Also in I

Our site uses cookies. For more information, see our cookie policy. Accept cookies and close
Reject cookies Manage settings