Agricultural Research Updates, Volume 6

Agricultural Research Updates, Volume 6

English | 2013 | ISBN: 162948377X | 280 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

This compilation examines agricultural research from across the globe and covers a broad spectrum of related topics. In this book, the authors discuss research including the impacts of the Fukushima nuclear disaster on Japanese agriculture and food chains; plant nutrients, plant growth retardants, and cotton production; response of olive trees to deficit irrigation regimes; improving selectivity in trawl fisheries; grazing management of native and naturalized pastures in harsh environments; sustainable grazing systems for the enhancement of livestock production and biodiversity in less-favored heathland areas of northern humid Spain; genomic organization and comparative analysis of the genome of domesticated animals and poultry; and in-depth studies of cattle-manure-compost activated carbons for Cu(Ii) ions removal.

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