Agriculture, Fertilizers and the Environment
No other book in this field covers such a wide range of topics and can be applied to as many geographic areas as Agriculture, Fertilizers, and the Environment.
The book is divided into three sections: the first dealing with sustainability in agriculture and the challenges to produce enough food while caring for the environment, the second with the benefits and problems of fertilizer use, and the third covers the possibilities and challenges for increased food production in the future. These provide a balanced scientific review of the issues relating to fertilizer use and how its impact can be minimized. Anyone interested in the environment will find this book helpful, as well as those studying soil, crop and environmental science.