Fertilizer Use by Crop in Uzbekistan



 


Land and Plant Nutrition Management Service
Land and Water Development Division

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2003

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Fertilizer use by crop in Uzbekistan
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Table of Contents


ABSTRACT

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS

CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION

Agricultural structure

CHAPTER 2. AGRO-ECOLOGICAL ZONES AND LAND QUALITY

Agro-ecological zones
Land quality
The Aral sea

CHAPTER 3. THE FERTILIZER SECTOR

Mineral fertilizer products
Fertilizer production and exports
Fertilizer consumption

CHAPTER 4. FERTILIZER USE BY CROP

CHAPTER 5. ORGANIC MANURES

BIBLIOGRAPHY

ANNEX. SOIL TYPES IN UZBEKISTAN

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