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ARN: TH201200003901
Authors: Samnao Phetchawee
Nonglak Vibulsukh
Prapai Chairoj
Igarashi, T.
Ishida, H.
Authors' affiliation: Department of Agriculture, Bangkok (Thailand). Agricultural Chemistry Div.
Department of Agriculture, Bangkok (Thailand). Agricultural Chemistry Div.
Department of Agriculture, Bangkok (Thailand). Agricultural Chemistry Div.
Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries (Japan). Tropical Agriculture Research Center
Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries (Japan). Tropical Agriculture Research Center
Title: Effect of mulching on soil fertility and growth of upland crops
Corporate authors (Thai): Kasetsart University, Bangkok (Thailand)
Department of Agriculture, Bangkok (Thailand)
Department of Agricultural Extension, Bangkok (Thailand)
The Rockefeller Foundation
Citation: The Eleventh Thai National Corn and Sorghum Reporting Program 1979 Annual Report, Bangkok (Thailand), p. 376-386
Issue Date: 1979
Language: eng
Keywords: corn
maize
mungbeans
upland crops
mulching
soil moisture content
soil fertility
Subject Classification(ASC): F07
P35
P33
AGROVOC: Zea mays
Maize
Mung beans
Upland crops
Mulching
Soil water content
Soil fertility
Zea mays
ข้าวโพด
ถั่วเขียว
พืชดอน
การคลุมดิน
ปริมาณน้ำในดิน
ความอุดมสมบูรณ์ของดิน
Availability : *National Corn and Sorghum Research Center, Nakhon Ratchasima (Thailand); REF SB191 M2 K3 1979
Availability: ศูนย์วิจัยข้าวโพดและข้าวฟ่างแห่งชาติ; REF SB191 M2 K3 1979
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