Author(s): Neil Kinsey
NEAL KINSEYS HANDS ON AGRONOMY by Neal Kinsey and Charles Walters, paperback 2009. Extensively revised and expanded 2006 edition. The soil is more than just a substrate that anchors crops in place. An ecologically balanced soil system is essential for maintaining healthy crops. This is a comprehensive manual on soil management. The whats and whys of micronutrients, earthworms, soil drainage, tilth, soil structure and organic matter are explained in detail. Kinsey shows us how working with the soil produces healthier crops with a higher yield. True hands-on advice that consultants charge thousands for every day.
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1. The Farming Dilemma 2. Cation-Anion Connection 3. The Hands-On Approach 4. Calcium, Magnesium & Tillage 5. Using the Nitrogen Cycle 6. Concerning Commercial Nitrogen Sources 7. The Reluctant Nutrient 8. The Freelancer in Plants 9. Considering the Use of Manures 10. The Sulfur Connection 11. Sodium - What's the Problem? 12. An Introduction to Micronutrient Needs 13. Applications of Micronutrients 14. Plant Tissue Analysis & Fertility 15. The Grower's Purpose 16. An Environment for Microbes 17. How Accurate is the Soil Analysis?