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Interactions between leaf macronutrients, micronutrients and soil properties in pistachio (Pistacia vera L.) orchards

-425. HEWITT, E. J., 1983: The essential and functional mineral elements. In: ROBINSON, J. B. D., BOULD, C.,HEWITT, E. J.,NEEDHAM, P. (eds.), Diagnosis of mineral disorders in plants, vol 1, 7-53. Her Majesty’s Stationary Office, London, UK. HODGSON, J. F., LINDSAY, W. L., TRIERWEILER, J. F., 1966: Micronutrient cation complexing in soil solution. II. Complexing of zinc and copper in displacing solution from calcareous soils. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings 30, 723-726. JACKSON, M. L., 1958: Soil chemical analysis. Prentice Hall

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The effect of environmental conditions on the content of selected micronutrients in spelt grain

-LECLERCQ J., DELZENNE M.N., LARONDELLE Y. 2005. Spelt ( Triticum aestivum ssp. spelta ) as source of breadmaking flours and bran naturally enriched in oleic acid and minerals but not phytic acid. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 53: 2751-2759. SHI R., ZHANG Y., CHEN X., SUN Q., ZHANG F., ROMHELD V., ZOU Ch. 2010. Influence of long-term nitrogen fertilization on micronutrient density in grain of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Journal of Cereal Science, 51, 1: 165-170. STANKOWSKI S., HURY G., MAKAREWICZ A., JURGIEL-MAŁECKA G., GIBCZYŃSKA M

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Concentrations and uptake of micronutrients by oat and pea in intercrops in response to N fertilization and sowing ratio
Konzentrationen und Aufnahme von Mikronährstoffen durch Hafer und Erbse in Gemengen in Abhängigkeit der N-Düngung und des Mischungsverhältnisses

observed because of the higher grain N concentrations of oat in intercrops ( Neugschwandtner and Kaul, 2014 , 2015 ). Oat–pea intercropping resulted in higher grain nutrient yields of macronutrients potassium (K), magnesium (Mg), and phosphorus (P) in N-unfertilized treatments and in higher residue macronutrients yields of calcium, K, Mg, and P over several N treatments compared to oat and pea pure stands ( Neugschwandtner and Kaul, 2016 ). Little consideration has been paid yet to micronutrient status of plants in intercrops, although intercropping could be an

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The relationship between micronutrients and anthropometric measurements in malnourished children / Relaţia între micronutrienţi şi măsurătorile antropometrice la copiii malnutriţi

;25(1):61-8. DOI: 10.1177/0884533609358997 4. Belluscio LM, Berardino BG, Ferroni NM, Ceruti JM, Cánepa ET. Early protein malnutrition negatively impacts physical growth and neurological reflexes and evokes anxiety and depressive-like behaviors. Physiol Behav. 2014 Apr 22;129:237-54. DOI: 10.1016/j.physbeh. 2014.02.051 5. Micro-nutrient | Define Micro-nutrient at Dictionary. com [Internet]. [cited 2014 Aug 15]. Available from: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/micro-nutrient 6. Sadava DE, Hillis DM, Heller HC

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The Distribution of Macro- and Micronutrients in Maize Within Separated Digestate Fertilizing (Digestate Fibre and Digestate Luquor): Field Trial

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Along with the current increase in the number of biogas plants, huge amounts of digestate, i.e. waste products, are being generated. The common practice in the Czech Republic is to plough the digestate into the land. In our field trial, we compared the fertilizing effects of standard fertilizers applied in the Czech Republic with digestate as the only fertilizer (e.g. digestate fibre and digestate liquor) in real agricultural conditions to find out whether a comparable amount of nitrogen is used in accordance with European legislation. The impact of separated digestate fibre and separated liquor on the soil fertility and quality was observed on the basis of the distribution of macro- and micronutrients in maize. The evaluation of growth increments in maize suggests that the fertilizing effects of digestate liquor or digestate fibre do not match the standard fertilizer in agriculture, but especially digestate liquor is comparable with other mineral fertilizers. Our field trial also shows that digestate liquor is a better fertilizer than digestate fibre, which may be explained by more appropriate ratios of available nutrients in digestate liquor. Digestate fibre may be recommended mainly for the aeration of clayey soil, but is not sustainable as fertilizer.

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Effect of conventional and whole-tree clear-cutting on concentrations of some micronutrients in coniferous forest soil and plants

Effect of conventional and whole-tree clear-cutting on concentrations of some micronutrients in coniferous forest soil and plants

Increasingly intensive and mechanized clear-cutting may deplete the forest ecosystem of essential nutrients. A clear-cut area near Växjö, southern Sweden, was investigated for changes in Mn, Cu and Zn in soil (NH4NO3 extractable and HNO3 soluble) and wavy hair grass (Deschampsia flexuosa) after conventional (CC) and whole-tree clear-cutting (WTC). The soil samples were mostly iron podzols. The area consisted of four clear-cut sites, respectively 2, 4, 6 and 8 years old, and an uncut forest reference stand. Each of the clear-cuts was split in two parts representing WTC and CC sites. Manganese showed the most definite trends after clear-cutting, exhibiting higher extractable concentrations in Oe, Oa and E horizons (4-8 years after clear-cutting) and B horizons (6-8 years after clear-cutting). The increase of exchangeable Mn in the E (2-8 years) and B (4-8 years) horizons was particularly strong. Zn concentrations tended to fluctuate with time. There was a tendency to higher Mn and Zn concentrations in the humus layer especially 2 years after CC-treatment compared with WTC, whereas the opposite trend was apparent for Cu. Mn, Cu and Zn concentrations decreased in Deschampsia flexuosa 2 years after clear-cutting, possibly due to increased soil pH.

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Influence of Integrated Application of Nano-Chelated Trace Elements and Sulfur on Desi Chickpea in the Short-Season Mediterranean-Type Environment

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Testing the Impact of Waste from Anaerobic Digestion (Enriched with an Organic Component) on the Quality of Agricultural Land

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Oil characteristics of safflower seeds under different nutrient and moisture management

) as fodder crop in central Italy. Ital. J. Agron. 6: 4-9. Distelfeld A, Avni R, Fischer AM (2014) Senescence, nutrient remobilization, and yield in wheat and barley. J. Exp. Bot. 65: 3783-3798. Emongor V (2010) Safflower ( Carthamus tinctorius L.) the underutilized and neglected crop: A review. Asian J. Plant Sci. 9: 299-306. Galavi M, Ramroudi M, Tavassoli A (2012) Effect of micronutrients foliar application on yield and seed oil content of safflower ( Carthamus tinctorius ). Afr. J. Agric. Res. 7: 482-486. Hamrouni I, Salah HB, Marzouk B

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Stakeholders’ Views on Factors Influencing Nutrition Policy: a Qualitative Study Across Ten European Countries

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