ABSTRACT

This book deals an essential aspect of crop management in identification of deficiencies of plant nutrients and their diagnostic methods. The book provides soil and tissue analysis standards critical in plant nutrition.

section Section I|40 pages

Diagnostic Techniques

section Section II|55 pages

Cereal Crops

chapter 4|11 pages

Rice

ByS. K. De Datta

chapter 5|14 pages

Wheat

ByR. A. Olson

chapter 6|6 pages

Maize

ByJohn J. Hanway

chapter 7|7 pages

Sorghum

ByΒ. Α. Krantz

chapter 8|9 pages

Barley

ByWilliam C. Dahnke

chapter 9|5 pages

Pearl Millet

ByL. N. Skold

section Section III|57 pages

Grain Legumes

chapter 10|8 pages

Soybeans

ByStanley A. Barber, W. B. Hallmark

chapter 11|11 pages

Dry Beans

ByRoger F. Sandsted

chapter 12|11 pages

Dry Peas

ByF. J. Muehibauer, R. J. Summerfield

chapter 13|8 pages

Mungbean

ByC. S. Ahn, S. Shanmugasundaram

chapter 14|8 pages

Groundnut (Peanut)

ByF. R. Cox, A. Perry

chapter 15|9 pages

Cowpea

ByD. Nangju, Β. T. Kang

section Section IV|46 pages

Roots and Tubers

chapter 16|11 pages

Potato

ByO. A. Lorenz, D. Ν. Maynard

chapter 17|11 pages

Cassava

ByR. H. Howeler

chapter 18|10 pages

Sweet Potato

ByWalter A. Hill

chapter 19|12 pages

Onions

ByD. Ν. Maynard, O. A. Lorenz

section Section V|40 pages

Sugar Crops

chapter 20|23 pages

Sugarcane

ByJ. A. Silva

chapter 21|16 pages

Sugarbeets

ByAlbert Ulrich, F. Jackson Hills

section Section VI|63 pages

Vegetables

chapter 22|9 pages

Tomato

ByAllen V. Barker

chapter 23|11 pages

Cabbage and Cauliflower

ByErnest L. Bergman

chapter 24|12 pages

Cucumbers

ByLeonard M. Pike, Richard W. Jones

chapter 25|8 pages

Eggplants

ByJames W. Paterson

chapter 26|11 pages

Melons

ByStanley F. Gorski

chapter 27|9 pages

Peppers

ByΒ. Α. Kratky, John E. Bowen

section Section VII|69 pages

Fruits and Nuts, Tree Crops

chapter 28|12 pages

Apples

ByG. H. Oberly

chapter 29|10 pages

Peaches

ByNorman F. Childers

chapter 30|10 pages

Citrus

ByRobert C.J. Koo

chapter 31|17 pages

Banana

ByRobert L. Fox

chapter 32|12 pages

Walnuts

ByΚ. Uriu, D. E. Ramos

chapter 33|7 pages

Mango

ByDonald L. Plucknett

section Section VIII|64 pages

Tropical and Subtropical Industrial Crops

chapter 34|12 pages

Cotton

ByUlysses S. Jones

chapter 35|8 pages

Rubber

ByCamillus Silva

chapter 36|8 pages

Oil Palm

ByR. L. Richardson

chapter 37|6 pages

Coconut

ByDonald L. Plucknett

chapter 38|17 pages

Cacao

ByPercy Cabala Rosand, Marcia Β. M. Santana, Charles J.L. De Santana

chapter 39|12 pages

Coffee

ByJose Vicente-Chandler

section Section IX|53 pages

Temperate Forages

chapter 40|8 pages

Alfalfa (Lucerne)

ByDale Smith

chapter 41|12 pages

Red Clover

ByD. E. Peaslee, N. L. Taylor

chapter 42|7 pages

Lespedeza

ByM. S. Offutt

chapter 43|5 pages

Orchardgrass

ByD.D. Wolf, Η. E. White

chapter 44|11 pages

Tall Fescue

ByS. R. Wilkinson

chapter 45|7 pages

Bermudagrass (Stargrass)

ByGlenn W. Burton

section Section X|61 pages

Tropical Forages

chapter 46|15 pages

Stylosanthes Species

ByJose G. Salinas, Ramon Gauldron

chapter 47|10 pages

Glycine

ByP. C. Kerridge

chapter 48|12 pages

Centrosema

ByAlbert E. Kreischmer, George H. Snyder

chapter 49|23 pages

Tropical Grasses

ByJose Vicente-Chandler