Resource Management in Rice Systems: Nutrients

Papers presented at the International Workshop on Natural Resource Management in Rice Systems: Technology Adaption for Efficient Nutrient Use, Bogor, Indonesia, 2–5 December 1996

  • Editors
  • V. Balasubramanian
  • J. K. Ladha
  • G. L. Denning

Part of the Developments in Plant and Soil Sciences book series (DPSS, volume 81)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Nutrient management strategies and options

  3. Farmer adoption of nutrient management technologies: constraints and opportunities

  4. Approaches and methodologies for evaluation and promotion of crop and resource management technologies

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 191-191
    2. V. P. Singh, V. Q. Minh, A. N. Singh, S. P. Kam
      Pages 213-229
    3. J. A. Ashby, T. Gracia, M. Del Pilar Guerrero, C. A. Quiros, J. I. Roa, J. A. Beltran
      Pages 339-355
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 357-360

About this book


Rice is the major staple food in Asia, and food security means rice security for most Asians. By the year 2025, we need to produce about 60% more rice than we do today to meet the growing demand. Efficient use of inputs is vital to safely produce the additional food from limited resources with minimal impact on the environment. This book reviews emerging knowledge-intensive technologies and decision aids for improved nutrient management in rice, technology adoption constraints at the farm level, and innovative approaches for field evaluation and promotion of new technologies to farmers. It is highly useful to rice scientists and development workers, students of agronomy, soil science, and plant nutrition, and crop consultants and extension workers in rice all over the world.


Plant nutrition agriculture development environment nitrogen plant policy quality soil

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