|Statement||Edited by a committee of the Division of Tropical Pastures, C.S.I.R.O., Australia.|
|Series||Commonwealth Bureau of Pastures and Field Crops, Hurley, Eng. (Berkshire) Bulletin, 46, Bulletin (Commonwealth Bureau of Pastures and Field Crops) ;, 46.|
|Contributions||Australia. Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization. Division of Tropical Pastures., Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux.|
|LC Classifications||S587.5.N5 R4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 185 p.|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||68000137|
Conference Title: A review of nitrogen in the tropics with particular reference to pastures A symposium. Abstract: The papers presented at a symposium held at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) Cunningham Laboratory, Brisbane, Australia australia Subject Category: Geographic Entities. A Review of Nitrogen in the Tropics with Particular Reference to Pastures Shaw, N. H.; Eyles, A. G. Abstract. Publication: Soil Science. Pub Date: December DOI: / Bibcode: SoilSS full text sources. Publisher | Cited by: 8. References A Review of Nitrogen in the Tropics with Particular Reference to Pastures. A Symposium edited by a Committee of the Division of Tropical Pastures, C.S.I.R.O., Australia. pp. Bulle Commonwealth Bureau of Pastures and Field Crops, Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, Farnham, Royal, Bucks, England, $ Nitrogen fixation by leguminous plants is especially important when farmers are trying to minimize fertilizer use for cost or environmental reasons. This second edition of the highly successful book, first published in , contains thoroughly updated and revised material on the theory and practice of nitrogen fixation in tropical cropping systems.
Book Reviews A Review of Nitrogen in the Tropics with Particular Reference to Pastures: A Symposium, edited by a Committee, reviewed by J. L. Mortensen, A Study of the Food Habits of Some Lake Erie Fish, by John W. Price, reviewed by Thomas H. Langlois, LITERATURE REVIEW THE NEED FOR NITROGEN FERTILIZATION OF GRASS PASTURES. INTRODUCTION With the increase in human population in South Africa, less natural pasture is available for animal production. As a result, there is a growing interest in intensive grassland production in order to sustain the same, or even better, level. This book has been cited by the following publications. a review on management and methodological progress in the tropics. animal, Vol This book sets out to examine the problems involved in the utilisation of tropical and subtropical pastures and to explain how pastures may be managed to meet the requirements of both plants and animals. Entries relating to book reviews occur only for the years of through , because book reviews A Review of Nitrogen in the Tropics, with particular reference to pastures, A Sym-posium, book review of, Arizona, a new species of Melanotus from.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficiency of nitrogen utilization (ENU) and animal performance in cattle fed tropical grass pastures and receiving nitrogen supplementation, using. While most graziers don’t utilise nitrogen in extensive pastures, there is an opportunity to fill feed gaps in winter by applying some nitrogen to boost growth. This trial tested three nitrogen rates starting with 30 kg/ha of nitrogen (65 kg/ha of urea), 60 kg/ha of nitrogen ( kg/ha of urea) and 92 kg/ha of nitrogen ( kg/ha of urea). Book. MTSRF transition report 1: Agricultural run-off and coral calcification in the wet tropics. A Review of Nitrogen in the Tropics with particular reference to Pastures.A Review of Nitrogen. The nitrogen level in pasture legumes is closely related to their P content (Andrew and Robins, b). The need for liming is minimal as most important tropical legumes (except glycine) and grasses are adapted to acid soils, the legumes having the ability to extract Ca .