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And ConclusionsReferences; Chapter 6. Root Development in Relation to Soil Physical Conditions; Introduction; Root Growth; Soil Temperature; Soil Aeration; Soil Water Status; Soil Strength; Interaction of Root Growth; Conclusions; References; Chapter 7. The Field Water Balance and Water Use Efficiency; The Field Water Balance; Evaluation of the Water Balance; Water Use Efficiency; Possibilities of Control; Need for Overall Control of the Plant Environment; References; Chapter 8. Control of Soil Salinity; Effect of Soil Salinity on Plants; Solute Movement in Soils.Optimizing The Soil Physical Environment Toward Greater Crop Yields. Read more...
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