Sulfur Fertilizer Policy for Lowland and Upland Cropping Systems in Indonesia (Aciar Proceedings)
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Published by State Mutual Book & Periodical Service, Ltd. .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Fertilizers & manures,
  • Indonesia,
  • Agriculture - General,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsGraeme Blair (Editor), Rod Lefroy (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages142
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12062998M
ISBN 101863200096
ISBN 109781863200097

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Partial economic analysis of fertilizer use on food crops 25 Lowland rice 28 Farmers’ practice for fertilizer use at farm level for lowland rice 29 Upland rice 29 Maize 30 Farmers’ practice for fertilizer use at farm level for maize 30 Cassava 31 Groundnut 31 Soybean 32 Sweet potato 32 Rubber 33 File Size: KB. The effect of various sulphur sources on the yield of a major lowland and upland cropping system in Guangxi province, Sulfur sources such as single superphosphate (SSP), elemental S, ammonium sulfate [(NH4)2SO4] and gypsum were used in rice and corn at a 30 kg/ha rate. Management of soil phosphorus (P), potassium (K) and sulfur (S) resources in intensive, irrigated rice systems has received less attention than increasing cropping intensity and yields with new cultivars, irrigation, and fertilizer N. Crop requirements, input-output balance, and soil supplying capacity of P, K and S in irrigated lowland rice are by:   Sri Adiningsih J, Santoso D, Sudjadi M () The status of N, P, K and S of lowland rice soils in Java. In: Blair G (ed) Sulfur fertilizer policy for lowland and upland rice cropping systems in Indonesia. Australia Centre for International Agricultural Research, Melbourne, pp. 68–76 Google ScholarCited by: 2.

Field assessment of nutrient balance under intensive rice-farming systems, and its effects on the sustainability of rice production in Java Island, Indonesia Sulfur fertilizer policy for. Palmer B and Sudjadi M Efficient use of fertilizer in upland cropping systems—an experimental approach. In Ecology and Management of Problem Soils in Asia. FFTC Book Series No. pp – Food and Fertilizer Technology Center, Taiwan. Google ScholarCited by: N.S. Pasricha, R.L. Fox, in Advances in Agronomy, A SULFUR SUPPLIES OF ATMOSPHERIC ORIGIN. Because the atmosphere is the major S source for most upland soils, the S budget can be understood better if it is viewed in the context of the total is, therefore, important to know the S compounds in the atmosphere and their concentration and chemical behavior, the source of S in. Managing native and legume -fixed nitrogen in lowland rice -based cropping systems* T. GEORGE1,2, most required nutrient in lowland rice-based cropping systems. Reducing fertilizer N use in these cropping and soil in supplying N in multiple cropping systems in a humid, tropical upland system. Plant and Soil , 73

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