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Azza. R. Ahmed and Shahien M.M( 2018). Improvement of Loamy Sand Soil and Potato Plant Productivity under Integrated Organic and Inorganic Nitrogen Fertilizers.
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Abd El-Naby, S. S. M.1 and M. A. Mahmoud 2( 2018). Enhancing Irrigation Water Productivity of Rice Using Irrigation Intervals, Transplanting Methods and Weed Control in North Nile Delta
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Amin Ismail Hasan ( 2014).
Evaluation Of Slow Release N-Fertilizers In Comparison With Others N- Fertilizers In Some Soils Of Egypt.
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Mona Fekry Ghazal ( 2014).
Biochemical Activities of Some Domestic Bacterial Isolates Against Some Root Rot Fungi Of Common Bean.
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Ibrahim Abdel Aziem El- Akhdar ( 2014).
Role Of Some N2- Fixing microorganisms On Wheat Productivity Under Salt Stress.
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Esam Sayed Kasem Zorkany( 2014).
Scheduling Irrigation of Corn (Zea Maize Using The Evaporation Pan Method under different potassium levels.
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1st International Conference of Agricultural Microbiology

Published in: 2015-08-31

Arranged by: IT Unit

Biotechnology and its applications in the field of sustainable agricultural development
Organized by Soils, Water and Environmental Res. Inst, (SWERI)
Agriculture Research Center, (ARC) Giza, Egypt.
1-3 March 2016

On behave of the Agricultural Microbiology Research Department, with pleasure; I would like to invite Colleagues, Researchers Scientists and Experts working in the field of agricultural and environmental sciences, attending and contributing on INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE “Biotechnology and its applications in the field of sustainable agricultural development”

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