Соя: биология и агротехника

Нагорный В.Д.1, Ляшко М.У.1
1 Российский университет дружбы народов

Научное издание / монография

Выпущено ООО Издательский дом «БИБЛИО-ГЛОБУС»

Нагорный В.Д., Ляшко М.У. (2018) Соя: биология и агротехника  / ISBN: 978-5-907063-07-5
  • Авторы: Нагорный В.Д., Ляшко М.У.
  • Год издания: 2018
  • УДК: 633
  • Тираж: 500 экз.
  • Формат: 60х84/16
  • Обложка: Мягкая обложка
  • Страниц: 418
  • Усл. печ. л.: 23,5
  • ISBN: 978-5-907063-07-5
  • DOI: 10.18334/9785907063075
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    Нагорный В.Д., Ляшко М.У. Соя: биология и агротехника. М.:Библио-Глобус, 2018. – 418 с. – ISBN: 978-5-907063-07-5 – doi: 10.18334/9785907063075

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    Аннотация:
    Рассмотрены биологические особенности, агрономические и экономические достоинства сои, предопределяющие интерес сельскохозяйственных производителей к этой культуре. Описаны морфология, биология, особенности минерального питания и функционирования симбиотического аппарата бобового растения в зависимости от условий внешней среды. Обобщены особенности основных элементов агротехники выращивания сои, изложены основы системы удобрения сои с учетом критериев почвенной и растительной диагностики минерального питания, описаны основные болезни, вредители сои и сорные растения на посевах сои, выделены основные проблемы, которые еще предстоит решить. Монография рассчитана на научных сотрудников, преподавателей и аспирантов, занимающихся проблемами развития производства сои в Российской Федерации, а также студентов и практиков, заинтересованных в углубленном познании этой важной культуры в сельскохозяйственном производстве.

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