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18 Apr 2016Field Handbook: 4R Nutrient Management of TABLE GRAPE in Myanmar

IPNI has developed a 4R concept for nutrient stewardship. The core of this approach is application of the RIGHT source of plant nutrients at the RIGHT rate, the RIGHT time, and in the RIGHT place. The four “Rs” or “rights” of 4R Nutrient Stewardship are essential in the management of plant nutrition to increase sustainability of plant systems. A balance should be maintained among the four “rights” so as not to overemphasize one at the expense of another.

18 Apr 2016Field Handbook: 4R Nutrient Management of WATERMELON in Myanmar

IPNI has developed a 4R concept for nutrient stewardship. The core of this approach is application of the RIGHT source of plant nutrients at the RIGHT rate, the RIGHT time, and in the RIGHT place. The four “Rs” or “rights” of 4R Nutrient Stewardship are essential in the management of plant nutrition to increase sustainability of plant systems. A balance should be maintained among the four “rights” so as not to overemphasize one at the expense of another.

18 Apr 2016Field Handbook: 4R Nutrient Management of MANGO in Myanmar

IPNI has developed a 4R concept for nutrient stewardship. The core of this approach is application of the RIGHT source of plant nutrients at the RIGHT rate, the RIGHT time, and in the RIGHT place. The four “Rs” or “rights” of 4R Nutrient Stewardship are essential in the management of plant nutrition to increase sustainability of plant systems. A balance should be maintained among the four “rights” so as not to overemphasize one at the expense of another.

18 Apr 2016Field Handbook: 4R Nutrient Management of RUBBER in Myanmar

IPNI has developed a 4R concept for nutrient stewardship. The core of this approach is application of the RIGHT source of plant nutrients at the RIGHT rate, the RIGHT time, and in the RIGHT place. The four “Rs” or “rights” of 4R Nutrient Stewardship are essential in the management of plant nutrition to increase sustainability of plant systems. A balance should be maintained among the four “rights” so as not to overemphasize one at the expense of another.

18 Apr 2016Field Handbook: 4R Nutrient Management of CASSAVA in Myanmar

IPNI has developed a 4R concept for nutrient stewardship. The core of this approach is application of the RIGHT source of plant nutrients at the RIGHT rate, the RIGHT time, and in the RIGHT place. The four “Rs” or “rights” of 4R Nutrient Stewardship are essential in the management of plant nutrition to increase sustainability of plant systems. A balance should be maintained among the four “rights” so as not to overemphasize one at the expense of another.

18 Apr 2016Field Handbook: 4R Nutrient Management of SUGARCANE in Myanmar

IPNI has developed a 4R concept for nutrient stewardship. The core of this approach is application of the RIGHT source of plant nutrients at the RIGHT rate, the RIGHT time, and in the RIGHT place. The four “Rs” or “rights” of 4R Nutrient Stewardship are essential in the management of plant nutrition to increase sustainability of plant systems. A balance should be maintained among the four “rights” so as not to overemphasize one at the expense of another.

18 Apr 2016Field Handbook: 4R Nutrient Management of RICE in Myanmar

IPNI has developed a 4R concept for nutrient stewardship. The core of this approach is application of the RIGHT source of plant nutrients at the RIGHT rate, the RIGHT time, and in the RIGHT place. The four “Rs” or “rights” of 4R Nutrient Stewardship are essential in the management of plant nutrition to increase sustainability of plant systems. A balance should be maintained among the four “rights” so as not to overemphasize one at the expense of another.

18 Apr 2016Field Handbook: 4R Nutrient Management of OIL PALM in Myanmar

IPNI has developed a 4R concept for nutrient stewardship. The core of this approach is application of the RIGHT source of plant nutrients at the RIGHT rate, the RIGHT time, and in the RIGHT place. The four “Rs” or “rights” of 4R Nutrient Stewardship are essential in the management of plant nutrition to increase sustainability of plant systems. A balance should be maintained among the four “rights” so as not to overemphasize one at the expense of another.

Oil Palm Series: Handbooks and Pocket Guides

To improve management of oil palm plantations, three handbooks were prepared for each of the major development stages of oil palm. Each handbook follows the same general format and is written in an easy-to-read format. Handbooks Nursery I. Rankine and T. Fairhurst. 1999. PPI/PPIC: Singapore and AgriSoft Systems Pte Ltd: Australia. ISBN 981-04-0861-7. 148 mm x 209 mm. This handbook specifically targets those involved in nursery management.