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By Donald L. Sparks

Quantity seventy one includes six remarkable reports that debate leading edge advancements within the crop and soil sciences. bankruptcy 1 addresses advances within the improvement, use, and assessment of managed unlock fertilizers. bankruptcy 2 is a finished overview of advancements in breeding vegetation for elevated dietary price. old and present advances within the box are coated in addition to choice in technique and employment of molecular biology instruments. bankruptcy three is a accomplished therapy of remaking bean plant structure for effective creation. bankruptcy four is a evaluation on carbon sequestration, in particular, the possibility of global cropland good to function a resource of atmospheric carbon. bankruptcy five discusses the power of grain legumes (pulses) to evolve to water-limited environments. bankruptcy 6 describes and applies a huge water caliber version - the basis region water caliber version (RZWQM). The version is defined and dialogue is equipped at the calibration and alertness in laboratory and box settings.

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ADVANCES IN CONTROLLED-RELEASE FERTILIZERS 41 8. Utilization of mechanistic-mathematical models for predicting release of nutrients under laboratory and field conditions and as a design tool for technologists. Achievements in the above-mentioned directions will greatly depend on the possibility of carrying out multidisciplinary studies to deal with these complex problems and probably even more on the priority and support given to these efforts by society. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Thanks are due to Smadar Nedan and Tal Goldrath for their help and to Joseph Hagin and Smadar Raban for their advice and comments.

IBDU or UF) with soluble fertilizers. 2. Rice According to Ghosh and Bhat (1998), about 10% of the total amount of N fertilizer used globally is for rice. Rice is unique among the major food crops in that it grows well under flood conditions. , 1994) or as paddy rice accelerate N losses. , 1994; De Datta, 1995; Bockman and Olfs, 1998). These values are among the lowest known in food production. , 1994; Shoji and Kanno, 1994). , 1994; Kitamura and Imai, 1995; Chang and Youngdahl, 1997). The intensive penetration of polymer-coated urea used in Japanese rice fields is a good example of the importance of systematic research and the attention paid to the need to synchronize nutrient supply with plant demand.

Agroecosyst. 52, 165–170. Bolan, N. , Headly, M. , and Loganathan, P. (1993). Forms and properties of slow release phosphate fertilisers. Fertil. Res. 35, 13–24. Brown, B. , Hornbacher, A. , and Naylor, D. V. (1988). Sulfur-coated urea as a slow-release nitrogen source for onions. J. Am. Soc.

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