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Management of soil phosphorus (P) remains a crucial issue for the economic and environmental sustainability of. .It is therefore essential that we have appropriate understanding of the mechanisms by which plants are able to acquire P from soil
Management of soil phosphorus (P) remains a crucial issue for the economic and environmental sustainability of agriculture and natural ecosystems globally. It is therefore essential that we have appropriate understanding of the mechanisms by which plants are able to acquire P from soil. In this chapter, various processes and physiological traits of plants that facilitate the availability and acquisition of P from soil are outlined, and some possibilities for deploying these traits into agricultural germplasm discussed.
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Alteration of the mycorrhizal status of a plant (by soil sterilization) from the AM condition, receiving P via both the direct and AM pathways, to an unnatural NM condition, receiving P only via the direct pathway, may induce physiological changes that can be classed as stress responses.
Soil salinity severely affects plant nutrient use efficiency and is a worldwide constraint for sustainable crop production. Castor (Ricinus communis L) is the primary host plant of eri silkworm and its rhizosphere harbours diverse group of microbial community with biofertilizer potentiality. Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria, with inherent salinity tolerance, are able to enhance plant growth and productivity by inducing modulations in various metabolic pathways.
Soil and fertilizer phosphorus in relation to crop nutrition; . 10. Diagnosing phosphorus deficiency in crop plants; . 11. Potential and limitations to improving crops for enhanced phosphorus utilization; . 12. Phosphorus and the future; . Publisher: Springer Nature. Other titles in Plant Ecophysiology Series. Trees at their Upper Limit.
Soil fertility-the capacity of soil to supply essential nutrients to crops-has long been a major concern of.
Soil fertility-the capacity of soil to supply essential nutrients to crops-has long been a major concern of agriculturalists. Nitrogen is one of the most important plant nutrients, and maintenance of soil nitrogen fertility is critical to crop yield. He found that the whole of the ammonia was retained by the soil, whether applied in the form of sulphate or sesquicarbonate.
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Author: Volker Romheld,Ernest A. Kirkby
Category: Math and Science
Subcategory: Agricultural Sciences
Publisher: International Fertiliser Society (December 2006)
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