Fertilizer Use by Crop in Poland


FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2003







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Fertilizer use by crop in Poland
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ABSTRACT

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

PREFACE

ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS

CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION

Soils
Agricultural structure
Regions in Poland
Crops

CHAPTER 2. THE FERTILIZER SECTOR

Mineral fertilizer production
Mineral fertilizer consumption

CHAPTER 3. ORGANIC MANURES

CHAPTER 4. FERTILIZER CONSUMPTION BY CROP

Nitrogen
Phosphorus
Potassium

CHAPTER 5. NUTRIENT BALANCES

CHAPTER 6. PRICES AND PROFITABILITY OF FERTILIZERS

Prices of mineral fertilizers
Profitability of fertilizer use

CHAPTER 7. FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTION

CHAPTER 8. CONCLUDING REMARKS

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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