Nutritional Evaluation of Millet Plants Grown in Soils Fertilized With Organic Wastes From Different Sources

@inproceedings{Morais2019NutritionalEO,
  title={Nutritional Evaluation of Millet Plants Grown in Soils Fertilized With Organic Wastes From Different Sources},
  author={Wilker Alves Morais and Frederico Ant{\^o}nio Loureiro Soares and Fernando Nobre Cunha and Marconi Batista Teixeira and C{\'i}cero Teixeira Silva Costa and Fernando R. Cabral Filho and Gustavo Soares Vieira and Vit{\'o}ria Martins and Vin{\'i}cius de O. Marques and G. S. Moraes and Aur{\'e}lio Ferreira Melo and Igor Fernandes Silva and Leandro Sp{\'i}ndola Pereira},
  year={2019}
}
The losses of essential elements to crops make necessary to correct soil fertility to meet the nutritional requirements of plants, which can be achieved by increasing soil organic matter. The objective of this work was to evaluate the leaf nutritional conditions of millet plants grown in soils fertilized with organic wastes from different sources at different rates. Organic matter can make the soil more productive and suitable to agricultural crops. A randomized block experimental design with a… CONTINUE READING

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