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Chapter 0: Plant Nutrient Management in Hawaii's Soils: Approaches for Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture
|Title:||Chapter 0: Plant Nutrient Management in Hawaii's Soils: Approaches for Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture|
|Authors:||Silva, James A.|
Uchida, Raymond S.
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii|
|Citation:||Silva JA, Uchida RS, editors. 2000. Plant nutrient management in Hawaii's soils: approaches for tropical and subtropical agriculture. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. Preface and Introduction; p 1-7.|
|Abstract:||This book presents information about how soils provide nutrients to plants and how soils can be managed to improve their nutritional status for plant growth. The chapters are intended to help growers and agricultural extension personnel understand how soil and plant tissue analyses are interpreted to diagnose plant nutrition problems, and how soil management recommendations are developed to prevent or correct those problems. Although the details discussed are about crops and soils found in the Hawaiian Islands, the general information on soil conditions and nutrient management are applicable in many other regions of the world where the plants, soils, and climate are similar to those of Hawaii.|
|Appears in Collections:||Plant Nutrient Management|
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