Humus in Sugar Cane Agriculture

  • G. e. DYMOND, A. Le
  • Published 2009


From that history has grown an enormous literature, revolutions in soil science, bio-chemistry, statistical methods of measurements, and the lust of increased crops on the yardstick of present profit, while on the other side of the balance sheet have grown the accumulating uneasy feelings of decreasing fertility, and the increasing susceptibility of plants… (More)


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@inproceedings{DYMOND2009HumusIS, title={Humus in Sugar Cane Agriculture}, author={G. e. DYMOND and A. Le}, year={2009} }