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Proceedings of the Workshop on Utilization of Soil and Plant Analysis for Sustainable Nutrient Management in the American Pacific (January 13-17, 1997; University of Guam)

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Title: Proceedings of the Workshop on Utilization of Soil and Plant Analysis for Sustainable Nutrient Management in the American Pacific (January 13-17, 1997; University of Guam)
Authors: Motavalli, P.P.
Keywords: Pacific Ocean Islands
nutrient management
soil analysis
plant nutrition
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project and College of Life Sciences, University of Guam
Citation: Motavalli PP. 1988. Proceedings of the Workshop on Utilization of Soil and Plant Analysis for Sustainable Nutrient Management in the American Pacific (January 13-17, 1997; University of Guam). Mangilao, Guam: ADAP and College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Guam. 87 pages.
Abstract: The overall objective of the workshop is to increase regional communication and collaboration in developing sustainable plant nutrient management practices through increased use of soil and plant testing. Specific objectives of the workshop are:
1. To present information on soil resource evaluation and soil and plant testing.
2. To identify constraints to sustainable nutrient management in the region.
3. To promote regional collaboration in soil and plant testing and nutrient management.
The schedule for the workshop has been divided into four principal sections: Soil Resources, Soil and Plant Testing, Plant Nutrient Management, and Future Collaboration. Regional representatives and growers in several important regional agricultural activities, such as farming. landscaping, and golf course maintenance, will also make presentations regarding plant nutrient management in their respective area. Presentations on regional fertilizer availability and Best Management Practices for plant nutrients will also be made.
Sponsor: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service Grant No. 94-38826·0179
Pages/Duration: 87 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/34174
Rights: All or part of this publication may be reproduced for educational purposes. When doing so, please credit the Land-Grant institutions and ADAP.
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