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ADVANCES IN THE USE OF ASCOPHYLLUM NODOSUM SEAPLANT EXTRACTS FOR CROP PRODUCTION: LINKING LABORATORY AND FIELD RESEARCH 1

@inproceedings{Norrie2008ADVANCESIT,
  title={ADVANCES IN THE USE OF ASCOPHYLLUM NODOSUM SEAPLANT EXTRACTS FOR CROP PRODUCTION: LINKING LABORATORY AND FIELD RESEARCH 1},
  author={Jeffrey Norrie},
  year={2008}
}
Marine plant extracts have received increasing attention over the past decade as useful inputs into crop agriculture. Research on the efficacy and mode-of-action of these products is often scattered in the literature with confounding interpretations of results. This has created a need to unravel the “muck and magic” label sometimes associated with this product group. However, there is increasing interest in incorporating at least some “organic” or “soft chemistry” products into conventional… 

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