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- Kurubar, A. R.; Allolli, T. B.; Naik, M. K.; Angadi, S. G.
- Acta horticulturae 2017 no.1173 pp. 213-216
- NPK fertilizers, etc ; Ficus carica; cost benefit analysis; cultivars; fertilizer application; figs; fruit growing; fruit yield; fruits; mineral fertilizers; nonreducing sugars; nutrients; orchards; organic fertilizers; poultry manure; reducing sugars; sandy soils; titratable acidity; total soluble solids; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... The fig is considered to be the economically most potential and nutritionally valuable fruit crop. The role of nutrient elements either alone or in combination with other sources (organic manures/fertilizers) have been well established in many fruits crops. While such studies are very meagrely available in fig, hence this experiment was conducted on red sandy soils of fig orchard for two years in ...
- Rubio, J.; Rodriguez, R.; Ciruelos, A.; Ruiz, O.; Lozano, P. A.; Torre, R. de la
- Acta horticulturae 2017 no.1159 pp. 65-72
- NPK fertilizers, etc ; algae; animals; aquatic plants; biodiversity; crops; environmental impact; eutrophication; fisheries; forestry; furnaces; glass; groundwater; lakes; melting; nitrogen; nitrogen content; phosphates; pollution; ponds; sand; silica; soil; temperature; tomatoes; waterways; wind; Show all 27 Subjects
- ... Pollution from fertilizers occurs when they are used in greater quantity than crops can absorb, or when they have been removed by water or wind from the soil surface before they are able to be absorbed. Excess nitrogen and phosphates can leach into groundwater or run off into waterways. This nutrient overload causes eutrophication of lakes, reservoirs and ponds, leading to an explosion of algae, w ...