Fertilizer research

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Plant nutrient sulphur-a review of nutrient balance, environmental impact and fertilizers

  • S. P. Ceccotti
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nutrient balance sulphur deficiency sulphur fertilizer 

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  • S. P. Ceccotti
    • 1
  1. 1.The Sulphur InstituteWashington, DCUSA

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