Case Studies with South Asian Soils
The chapter discusses, at length, case studies with buffer power estimation for Zinc in South Asian soils, especially India, and its relevance in the field cultivation of Kerala State’s economic mainstay, Black pepper (Piper nigrum).
KeywordsZinc buffer power India Black pepper
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