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Fertility Management and Nutrient Cycling

  • J. F. Power
Part of the Advances in Soil Science book series (SOIL, volume 13)

Abstract

In dryland agriculture, limited water availability is usually the factor that ultimately limits crop production. However, it is not unusual for limited availability of one or more soil nutrients to further decrease production potential. Often, the effects of water and nutrient deficiencies are additive.

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Soil Water Water Deficit Crop Residue Nutrient Cycling Faba Bean 
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