CRC Lewis, c1997
大学図書館所蔵 件 / 全8件
Includes bibliographical references and index
Soils are one of the world's most important resources, and their protection, maintenance, and improvement is critical to the continuance of life on earth. Soil Fertility, Second Edition, offers thorough coverage of the fertility, composition, properties, and management of soils. This book carries on the tradition of excellence established by authors Henry Foth and Boyd Ellis, leading soil scientists whose previous books in this field have become multi-edition classics. The Second Edition of Soil Fertility has been significantly expanded to include more information on mineralogy, while keeping the thorough coverage of essential topics. The book presents soils as dynamic, constantly changing bodies, and relates soil fertility and management to the mineralogy of their origin. Four new chapters offer updated information on soil charge properties, ion adsorption, exchange and fixation, and soil reaction. There is also a far greater emphasis on environmental issues, reflecting the increasing importance of environmental concerns to agronomists and soil scientists today.
Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition Definition and Nature of Soil Fertility Historical Development Soil as a Nutrient Reservoir Root Interception and Movement of Nutrients to Roots Nutrient Uptake From Soils Importance of Fertilizers Charge Properties Constant Charge Variable Charge Determination of Charge The Charge of Soil Organic Matter The Mineral Weathering Sequence and Charge Development Constant Charge 2:1 Layer Phyllosilicates Variable Charge 1:1 Layer Phyllosilicates Variable Charge Short-Range Order Aluminosilicates Variable Charge Oxide Minerals Charge Characteristics of Soils Ion Adsorption, Exchange, and Fixation Exchangeable Ion Distribution Near Charged Surfaces Factors Affecting the Cation Exchange Capacity Cation Exchange Capacity of Soils The Effective Cation Exchange Capacity Characteristics of Cation Exchange Reactions The Exchange Cations in Soils Exchangeable Cations as a Source of Plant Nutrients Specific Cation Adsorption Anion Adsorption and Exchange Soils with Equal Amounts of Anion and Cation Exchange Capacity Soil Reaction Determination of Soil pH The Soil pH Continuum Forms of Soil Acidity Reaction of Soil Orders Atmospheric Inputs Effects of Soil pH on Plant Growth Extreme Weathering Effects on pH Soil pH Management The pH Preferences of Plants Neutralization Reactions The Lime Requirement Liming Practices Other Liming Materials Selection of a Liming Material Culturally Produced Soil Acidity Soil Acidification Nitrogen The Nitrogen Cycle Biological Nitrogen Fixation Mineralization Nitrification Immobilization Denitrification Ammonium Fixation Summary Statement for Soil Nitrogen Cycle Nitrogen Uptake by Plants Nitrogen Distribution and Cycling in Ecosystems Basis of Nitrogen Fertilizer Recommendation Phosphorus Inventory of the Earth's Phosphorus Phosphorus Cycling in Soil Development Phosphorus in Fertilized Agricultural Soils Precipitated Phosphorus Biologically Incorporated Phosphorus Soil Organic Phosphorus Phosphorus Uptake by Plants Basis of Phosphorus Fertilizer Recommendations Recommendations for Phosphorus Fertilization of Crops Environmental Concerns of Soils High in Phosphorus Potassium The Soil Potassium Cycle Mineral Weathering Release of Potassium Potassium Fixation Leaching Loss Plant and Soil Potassium Relationships Potassium Buffer Capacity Factors Affecting Uptake of Potassium Basis of Potassium Fertilizer Recommendations Replacement of Potassium by Sodium Calcium, Magnesium, Sulfur, and Chlorine Calcium Magnesium Sulfur Chlorine Micronutrients Classification of Micronutrients and Trace Elements Copper and Zinc Manganese and Iron Boron and Molybdenum Trace Elements that May Be Toxic Methods of Evaluating Soil Fertility for Micronutrients Micronutrient Deficiency Symptoms Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium Fertilizers Nitrogen Fertilizers Phosphorus Fertilizers Use of Phosphorus Fertilizers Fate of Applied Fertilizer Phosphorus Potassium Fertilizers Mixed Fertilizers Major Fertilizer Systems Granular Fertilizers Bulk Blended Fertilizers Fluid Fertilizers Addition and Incorporation of Micronutrients Salt Index Fertilizer and Pesticide Combinations Soil Fertility Evaluation Plant-Deficiency Symptoms Soil Tests Plant Analysis Application and Use of Fertilizers Fertilizer Application Practices Fertilizer Recommendation Philosophies Fertilizer and Plant-Water Relations Economics of Fertilizer Use Environmental Concerns Site Specific Fertilizer Application Chapters contain summary and reference sections.
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