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Environmental Sciences - Soil Science | Maximising the Use of Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Agriculture

Maximising the Use of Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Agriculture

Report of an FAO/IAEA Technical Expert Meeting held in Rome, 13-15 March 2001

Hardarson, Gudni G., Broughton, William J. (Eds.)

Reprinted from PLANT AND SOIL, 252:1

2003, 236 p.


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Incorporating contributions from microbiologists, molecular biologists, plant breeders and soil scientists this volume reports the results and recommendations of an FAO/IAEA meeting of twelve experts on biological nitrogen fixation. This volume will be invaluable to scientists working on nitrogen fixation, soil microbiology, agronomy and crop production as well as farm advisers and extension specialists.
Maximising the Use of Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Agriculture is unique in that it:

-reviews the latest thinking on various aspects of biological nitrogen fixation technology and applications;
-reviews the possibilities in enhancing nitrogen fixation in various cropping systems;
-shows ways how biological nitrogen fixation can be used to enhance crop production;
-considers the applicability of these technologies to small farmers in developing countries.

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