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AgEcon Search 8 records found Search took 0.08 seconds. 
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Phosphates (P) are an important nutrient required by every living plant and animal cell, and deficiencies in soils could cause limited crop production, thereby reducing p [...]
2010-09 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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The United States is the world's largest phosphate exporter and the world's largest potash importer. The U.s. nitrogen trade balance, relatively stable before 1983, has s [...]
1993-01 | Report |
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The rapid growth in fertilizer consumption throughout the sixties and seventies peaked at 23.7 million nutrient tons in 19R1. U.S. plant nutrient use has since dropped by [...]
1987-02 | Report |
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The rapid growth in fertilizer consumption throughout the sixties and seventies peaked at 23.7 million nutrient tons in 1981. After falling to 18.1 million tons in 1983, [...]
1994-09 | Report |
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We compute the fertilizer use in corn, cotton, soybeans, and rapeseed in the period from 1990 to 2010 for a set of selected countries. In each case, we present the consum [...]
2012-12 | Working or Discussion Paper |
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The System of Incentive for Degraded Soils Recuperation is one of the Ministry of Agriculture’s most important programs. The program has existed for eight years and ann [...]
2006 | Journal Article |
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A well-known feature of pollution control with tradable quota rights is that the benefits to ownership will capitalize into prices of the quota. Quota present a unique op [...]
2000 | Conference Paper/ Presentation |
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The Nitrates Directive is the core legislation to reduce nitrate emissions from agriculture to water bodies in the EU. In Germany, the directive is mainly implemented by [...]
English | 2017 | Working or Discussion Paper |

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