Zeszyt 42, 2011 r. Spis treści

Tylko wersja angielska.

Nawozy i Nawożenie - Fertilizers and Fertilization
Nr 42/2011 Contents

Division I. Soil fertility and fertilization – Division Editor - Prof. Tadeusz Filipek,
1. Fotyma M. – New developments in soil testing and plant analysis, Review....... 5
2. Suwara I., Szulc W. – The effect of long-term fertilization on the soil structure ..... 20
3. Szara E., Mercik S., Sosulski T. – The fate of phosphorus in the soil and the
balance of this element in long-term field experiments ..................................... 29


Division II. Plant mineral nutrition – Division Editor – Prof. Beata Rutkowska,
1. Sosulski T., Stępień, W., Mercik S., Szara E. – Crop yields and nitrogen balance
in long-term fertilization experiments................................................................ 41
2. Barłóg P. – Evaluation of plant nutritional status by the CND method: case of
sugar beet ........................................................................................................... 51
3. Kopeć M. , Mazur K. – Yield forming effects of cultivation measures in longterm
fertilizer experiment on grass sward ........................................................ 65

Division III. Fertilizers and environment protection – Division Editor – Prof. Alicja Pecio,
1. Pecio A. – Diagnostic of fertilization requirements in a site-specific fertilizer
management ....................................................................................................... 78
2. Rutkowska B., Szulc W. – Usefulness of compost from mushrooms substrate for
fertilization of Miscantus plantation .................................................................. 91
3. Filipek T., Falkowska K. – Diversity of mineral nitrogen content in soil in the
region close to Nitrogen Plant in Puławy .......................................................... 97


Division IV . General problems
1. Filipek T., Skowrońska M. – Methodological paradigms in research on agricultural
chemistry from the creation of science to the present day .............................. 106

 
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