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International Fertiliser Society - Proceedings (Arable Crops)


Arable Crops Agronomy & Fertiliser Use Agronomic
No. Year Description
27 1954 Nitrogen and Phosphorus Fertilisers in North-Western Europe
G W Cooke
 
46 1957 Fertilisers and Productivity
David Lowe
 
80 1964 Nitrogen Fertilisers: Their Place in Food Production, the Forms which are made and their Efficiencies
G W Cooke
 
90 1966 Isobutylidene Diurea as a Slow Acting Nitrogen Fertiliser and the Studies in this Field in Japan
Masao Hamamoto
 
113 1970 Urea-Agronomic Applications
T E Tomlinson
 
143 1974 Sugar Beet Nutrition
A P Draycott
 
211 1982 Fertilisers and Intensive Wheat Production in the EEC - Symposium
A P Draycott
 
211 1982 Nitrogen Fertilisation and its Interaction with other Cultural Measures: Experience in the Federal Republic of Germany
H Sturm H Effland
 
211 1982 Nitrogen Fertilisation and Methods of Predicting the N Requirements of Winter Wheat in the Federal Republic of Germany
F A Becker W Aufhammer
 
211 1982 Nitrogen Fertilisers in Intensive Wheat Growing in France
J C Remy Ph Viaux
 
211 1982 Intensive Wheat Production as Related to Nitrogen Fertilisation, Crop Protection and Soil Nitrogen: Experience in the Benelux
K Dilz A Darwinkel R Boon L M J Verstraeten
 
211 1982 Nitrogen in Wheat Production: Responses, Interactions and Predictions of Nitrogen Requirements in the UK
P Needham
 
211 1982 Maximising Wheat Yields, and some Causes of Yield Variation
P B H Tinker F V Widdowson
 
252 1986 Internal Quality Aspects of Sugar Beet
M A Van der Beek A W M Huijbregts
 
253 1986 Fertilisers and Quality of Wheat and Barley
G Russell
 
257 1987 Rationale for Mixed Ammonium Nitrate - Urea Fertilisers and Assessment of Granular Products
M K Garrett
 
262 1987 A Dynamic Model to Predict Yield and Optimum Nitrogen Fertiliser Application Rate for Potatoes
J J Neeteson D J Greenwood A Draycott
 
263 1987 Nitrogen Advice for Cereals: Present Realities and Future Possibilities
R Sylvester-Bradley T M Addiscott L V Vaidyanathan A W A Murray A P Whitmore
 
276 1988 Current Recommendations for Nitrogen Fertilisation within the EEC in Relation to Nitrate Leaching
W H Prins K Dilz J J Neeteson
 
300 1990 Practical Measures to Reduce Nutrient Loss from the Arable/Field Vegetable Farm
C A Pedersen
 
306 1991 Potential Changes in Soil Fertility from Arable Farming, Including Organic Systems
A E Johnston
 
329 1992 Effect of Nitrogen Fertiliser on the Nitrogen Cycle of Two Upland Arable Soils of Contrasting Textures
A J A Vinten B J Vivian R S Howard
 
330 1992 Nitrate Leaching under Arable Land Ploughed out from Grass
A Lloyd
 
331 1992 Nitrate Leaching from Potatoes and Spring Barley on Sandy Soils, with and without Irrigation
M A Shepherd
 
346 1993 Less-Intensive Integrated Farming Systems for Arable Crop Production and Environmental Protection
V W L Jordan J A Hutcheon
 
403 1997 Nitrogen Recommendation Systems - A Review
G H MacKenzie J-C Taureau
 
404 1997 Are Current Fertiliser Recommendation Systems for Phosphorus Adequate
A C Edwards P J A Withers T J Sims
 
407 1997 Animal Feed - An Important Fertiliser Input Source
S-O Malmqvist L Göransson
 
410 1998 Lime, Liming and the Management of Soil Acidity
K W T Goulding B Annis
 
411 1998 Soil and Plant Potassium in Agriculture
J Keith Syers
 
420 1998 Remote Sensing for Precision Soil and Crop Management
H Poilvé P Saint-Aubert
 
421 1998 An Investigation into the Factors Influencing the Accuracy of Yield Maps
M R Moore P R Kremmer
 
422 1998 Using Maps and Local Calculation Methods for Spatially Variable Fertiliser Recommendations
M Grandzinski M Vanoverstraeten D Schröder R C Finch
 
423 1998 Variable Nitrogen Application Based on Crop Sensing
J Wollring S Reusch C Karlsson
 
426 1998 Precision Farming: On-farm Experience
J P Fenton
 
438 1999 Life Cycle Approach to Nutrient and Energy Efficiency in European Agriculture
J Küsters
 
487 2001 Reducing Fertiliser Inputs: Endangering Arable Soil Fertility?
A E Johnston K W T Goulding P R Poulton A G Chalmers
 
504 2002 Crop Responses to Sulphur Fertilisation in Europe
F J Zhao S P McGrath M M A Blake-Kalff A Link M R Tucker
 
510 2003 Biodiesel and Bioethanol: Energy and Carbon Balances of Biofuels Production
R E Horne N D Mortimer M A Elsayed
 
519 2003 Strategies to Meet the Requirements of the Nitrate Directive on Arable and Field Vegetable Farms in the Netherlands
J W A Langeveld
 
520 2003 Nitrogen Input Controls on Danish Farms: Agronomic, Economic and Environmental Effects
L Knudsen
 
551 2004 Micronutrients in Arable and Field Vegetable Crop Production
I R Richards
 
552 2004 Identification and Correction of Widespread Zinc Deficiency in Turkey - A Success Story (A NATO-Science for Stability Project)
I Cakmak
 
573 2005 Foliar Urea Fertilisation and the Management of Yield and Quality in Wheat
M J Gooding
 
595 2006 Need And Opportunities To Reduce Phosphorus Inputs, Soil Supply and Loss from Agriculture in The Netherlands
J J Neeteson J J Schröder A L Smit J F F P Bos J Verloop
 
661 2009 Methods for Determining the Nitrogen Fertiliser Requirements of Some Major Arable Crops
V Parnaudeau M H Jeuffroy J M Machet R Reau C Bissuel Ph Eveillard H S Østergaard
J H Orson
 
670 2010 Greenhouse Gas Budgets of Crop Production and the Mitigation Potential of Nutrient Management
H C Flynn P Smith
 
696 2011 Plant Breeding Priorities: Variety Development at a Crossroads
S P J Kightley
 
697 2011 Yield Potential of Combinable Crops in the UK
P M Berry R Sylvester-Bradley R Weightman
 
699 2011 Feeding the World: Crop Diversity for the Future
G C Hawtin
 
758 2014 Long-Term Trials Comparing Production Efficiencies of Conventional and Improved Cropping Systems
A Korsaeth
 
778 2015 Is Inadequate Rooting Limiting Resource Capture and Yield?
C A White R Sylvester-Bradley P M Berry
 


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