Mineral Nutrition of Crops is the first book to grasp the complexity of the soil- water-plant-microbe interactions governing nutrient uptake and utilization by crops. Youll find it establishes a base at the single plant level takes into account cells as well as plasma membranes of these cells and then builds from there to include issues related to plant pathology soil microbiology soil chemistry hydrology breeding and modeling. An understanding of these topics is paramount to designing sustainable nutrient management in agricultural landscapes as scientists face the challenge of providing food feed and fiber for increasing populations on decreasing amounts of agricultural land.
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