Microbiology of Tropical Soils and Plant Productivity

@inproceedings{Dommergues1982MicrobiologyOT,
  title={Microbiology of Tropical Soils and Plant Productivity},
  author={Y. R. Dommergues and Hoang Gia Diem},
  booktitle={Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences},
  year={1982}
}
  • Y. R. Dommergues, Hoang Gia Diem
  • Published in
    Developments in Plant and…
    1982
  • Environmental Science
  • It is an established fact that we must continually increase and improve agricultural production if we are to meet even the minimum requirements of a growing popu lation for food, shelter, and fuel. In recent years, the introduction of new plant varieties and the extensive use of fertilizers have effectively increased crop yields, but intensifying agricultural methods has often led to depleting soil fertility. Two examples of the harmful consequences of intensive farming practices are the loss… CONTINUE READING

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