2 edition of Puddling mixtures: their evaluation and effect on plants found in the catalog.
Puddling mixtures: their evaluation and effect on plants
D. A. Rook
by Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest Service in [Wellington]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 6.
|Statement||by D. A. Rook.|
|Series||New Zealand forestry research notes,, no. 46|
|LC Classifications||SD111.N7 N4 no. 46|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||76591412|
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Puddling reduces the percolation rate, which conserves water, and increases the efficiency in nutrient uptake and herbicide use. Rice grain yield has been maximized at a percolation rate between 5 and 15 mm d −1 (Isozaki, ). Therefore, puddling is useful for rice production when the percolation rate of the field is greater than 15 mm d −1.
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Microplastics can affect biophysical properties of the soil. However, little is known about the cascade of events in fundamental levels of terrestrial ecosystems, i.e., starting with the changes in soil abiotic properties and propagating across the various components of soil–plant interactions, including soil microbial communities and plant traits.
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heat transfer processes, or the fact that when energy is added to a material it gets hotter, are general thermal behaviour of matter, usually not included in the analysis of thermal effects. Thermal effects on materials may be used advantageously (all kind of File Size: KB.
The present monitoring and assessment of the chemical status of water bodies fail to characterize the likelihood that complex mixtures of chemicals affect water quality.
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