Sustainable Agriculture Reviews

@inproceedings{Lichtfouse2017SustainableAR,
  title={Sustainable Agriculture Reviews},
  author={Eric Lichtfouse},
  booktitle={Sustainable Agriculture Reviews},
  year={2017}
}
  • E. Lichtfouse
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    Sustainable Agriculture…
    2017
  • Geography
Chapters: 1. Methods for Rapid Testing of Plant and Soil Nutrients. 2. World Cultivation of Genetically Modified Crops: Opportunities and Risks. 3. Food Security in the Arab Gulf Cooperation Council States. 4. Methods to Study Agricultural Systems. 5. Comparison of Methods to Assess Agricultural Sustainability. 6. Sustainable Cultivation of Saffron in Iran. 7. Soil Fertility Management in Sub-Saharan Africa. 8. Silicon in Agriculture. 9. Long-Term Chemical Fertilization in Tanzania. 10… 
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Arbuscular Mycorrhizal (AM) Fungi as a Tool for Sustainable Agricultural System
TLDR
The chapter provides a comprehensive up-to-date knowledge on AM fungi as a tool for sustainable agricultural system and suggests that the use of Vesicular– Arbuscular Mycorrhizae (AM) may be a better option.
Limited effects of the soluble organic phosphorus fraction on the root phosphorus uptake efficiency of upland rice genotypes grown in acid soil
ABSTRACT The root phosphorus (P) uptake efficiency (RE), defined as plant P uptake per unit root mass or root area, may contribute to the P efficiency of upland rice grown in acid, P-deficient soils.

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It is concluded that ISFM-based sequences can provide options for farm-level intensification by different categories of smallholder farmers in Southern Africa.
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Agriculture production in developing countries must be increased to meet food demand for a growing population. Earlier literature suggests that sustainable land management could increase food
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Invariably, many agricultural soils of the world are deficient in one or more of the essential nutrients needed to support healthy plants. Acidity, alkalinity, salinity, anthropogenic processes,
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Traditionally, crop production in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) depends primarily on mining soil nutrients. Integrated Soil Fertility Management (ISFM) is an approach for intensifying agriculture in SSA
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