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International Fertiliser Society - Proceedings (Organic Farming)


Organic Farming Agronomy & Fertiliser Use Agronomic
No. Year Description
292 1990 Organic Farming in the UK A view from the Industry
D Stickland
 
306 1991 Potential Changes in Soil Fertility from Arable Farming, Including Organic Systems
A E Johnston
 
409 1998 Agricultural Use of Biosolids (Sewage Sludge)
T D Evans
 
441 1999 Public Confidence in Fertilisers and in Food Quality and Safety
M N Hall J L Jones
 
471 2001 Organic Farming - Nutrient Management and Productivity
P B H Tinker
 
472 2001 Organic and Conventional Grown Foodstuffs: Nutritional and Toxicological Quality Comparisons
J Kumpulainen
 
511 2003 Energy Use in Conventional and Organic Farming Systems
W J Corré J J Schröder A Verhagen
 
652 2009 Impact of Soil Microbial Biomass and Fertiliser Source on Nitrogen Use Efficiency
C Bosshard A Oberson J Mayer
 
655 2009 Ammonia and Nitrous Oxide Emissions Following Field-application of Manure: State of the Art Measurements in the Netherlands
J F M Huijsmans R L M Schils
 
656 2009 Nitrogen Recovery from Organic Manures: Improved Slurry Application Techniques and Treatment - the Danish Scenario
T S Birkmose
 
663 2009 Can Organic Farming Feed the World? A Contribution to the Debate on the Ability of Organic Farming Systems to Provide Sustainable Supplies of Food
K W T Goulding A J Trewavas K E Giller
 
665 2009 Need for Agro-Ecological Intelligence to Limit Trade-offs between Global Food, Feed and Fuel
P S Bindraban
 
758 2014 Long-Term Trials Comparing Production Efficiencies of Conventional and Improved Cropping Systems
A Korsaeth
 


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