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Dr. Ahmed Esa

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Period:  3-2011 - 6-2011

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Gehan H. Youssef ; Wafaa M. El-Etr; Hanaa A. Zein El-abdeen and W. M. El-Farghal ( 2019). Evaluation of Some Synthetic Soil Conditioners and Nitrogen Rates on Nitrogen Use Efficiency by Maize - Wheat Crops System in Calcareous
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Hanaa, A. Zein El-Abdeen and Khaled, Y. Farroh ( 2019). Preparation and Characterization of Nano Organic Soil Conditioners and It's Effected on Sandy Soil Properties and Wheat Productivity.
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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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M. Ismail, Y. K. El Ghonamey and M.M. Shoman( 2012). Soil Mapping And Land Evaluation Of The Area Around Lake Idko, Egypt By Means Of Remote Sensing And GisMinufiya J. Agric. Res. Vol.37 No. 1: 247 – 259
Abstract: The studied area is located between longitudes 29 58 33".72 to 30 25 38".04 East and latitudes 31 06 04".74 to 31 21 50''.83 North and covers about 147,307 fed. A physiographic analysis using visual interpretation on Misrsat satellite image was carried out to delineate the di
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M. Ismail, M. M. Shoman and Y. K. El Ghonamey ( 2012). Impact Of Coastal Erosion On Some Soil Features Of Rosetta Area, Egypt Using Remote Sensing And Gis Techniques Minufiya J. Agric. Res. Vol.37 No. 2: 377-386
Abstract: Since the construction of the Aswan High Dam in 1964, there has been concern that the Egyptian coastline along the Mediterranean Sea would suffer from increased erosion. The dam effectively stopped the supply of sediment carried by the River Nile to the Mediterranean and so left the coastline witho
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Azza A. M. Abd El-All, Elham M. Aref and Reda M. El- Shahat( 2011). Influence Of Cyanobacteria And Azolla On Wheat Crop Cultivated In A Saline SoilN. Egypt. J. Microbiol. Vol. 30, September
Abstract: Two field experiments using Azolla pinnata and a mixture of cyanobacteria (Nostoc muscorum and Anabaena oryzae) to evaluate their role on growth and yield of wheat grown in saline soil at South El- Hossinia Research Farm Station, El- Sharkia Governorate, Agric. Res. Center, (ARC). Egypt, during two
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Abd El-Latif, K.M.; E.A.M. Osman; R. Abdullah and N. Abd el Kader( 2011). Response of potato plants to potassium fertilizer rates and soil moisture deficitAdvances in Applied Science Research, 2011, 2 (2): 388-397
Abstract: Two Field experiments on potato (Solanum tuberosum, L.) crop were carried out at El-Qanater Horticultural Research station, Kalubiya, Governorate, Egypt for two successive seasons 2009 and 2010. The study concerned the use of different rates of potassium fertilization (72, 96 and 120 kg K2O/fed.) un
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Elham M. Aref( 2011). Response Of Faba Bean Plants Grown On Saline Soil To Azolla, Cyanobacteria And Yeast Extracts Applied As Foliar BiofertilizersEgypt. J. Biotechnol. Vol. 39, October
Abstract: Two field experiments were conducted at the experimental farm of Al- Areesh Res. Station during two successive winter seasons to study the response of faba bean (Vicia faba L. cv. Giza) to inoculation with Azolla, cyanobacteria and yeast individually or mixed with urea under salinity of water and so
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Khaled, A. Shaban; Mona, G. Abd El-Kader and Seham, M. El-Khadrawy( 2011). Evaluation of organic farm and compost combined with urea fertilizers on fertility and maize productivity in newly reclaimedResearch Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, 7(5): 388-397,
Abstract: A study was carried out to evaluate the application of compost and organic farm combination with different rates from urea fertilizers on soil fertility and maize productivity under sandy saline soil condition in Gelbana, North Sina. During two successive summer seasons, 2010 and 2011. Organic farm
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Jacklin G. Sadek and Manal A. Attia( 2011). PHOSPHORUS, ZINC AND MANGANESE FERTILIZATION IMPACTS ON GROWTH, YIELD AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF MAIZE PLANT (Zea mays L).Minufiya J. Agric. Res. Vol.36 No. 3:687-706
Abstract: Two field experiments were carried out at Kafr EL_ Zayiat Center, Gharbia Governorate during two successive seasons 2008-2009. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of applied phosphorus fertilizer at three rates (0.0, 15 and 30 kg P2 O5 / fed.), also zinc and manganese at a rates of 0.3 and 0.15
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Mohamed, Faten M. and M. Y. Abou-Zeid ( 2011). Integrated Effect Of Some Biofertilizers And Proline For Improvement Of Rice Productivity Under Saline Sodic Soil ConditionsEgypt . J. of Appl. Sci., 26 (8) 2011 363-378
Abstract: Two field experiments were conducted at 2009 and 2010 seasons at Sahl El-Hessiania plane Research Station, North Sinai, Egypt, to improve the productivity of rice variety Giza 178, using two levels of NPK (75 and 100%) some nitrogen fixing bacteria( Azotobacter chroococcum and Klebsiella pneumonia),
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Aly, M.H ; M.Y Abou-Zeid and Amal K. M. Soudi( 2011). Improvement Of Sugar Beet Productivity And Quality By Plant Growth Promoting RhizobacteriaEgypt . J. of Appl. Sci., 26 (11) 2011 656-677
Abstract: This investigation was conducted for two growing successive seasons (2009 / 2010 and 2010 / 2011) in Sakha Research Station (Kafer El-Sheikh Governorate, Egypt). The study aimed at finding out the possibility of saving 2/3 of N, P recommended doses through seed inoculation with Azospirillum lipoferu
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Abou-Zeid, M.Y. ( 2011). Improvement Of Soybean Growth By Co-Inoculation With Rhizobium And Plant Growth-Promoting RhizobacteriaEgypt . J. of Appl. Sci., 26 (11) 2011 445-459
Abstract: Two-field experiments were carried out at Nubaria Agricultural Research Station, ARC. in the summer seasons of 2008 and 2009; consecutively to study the response of soybean cultivar Giza 111, inoculated with Bradyrhizobium japonicum, to different rates of phosphorus fertilizer in the presence of Bac
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Faten S. Mansour and G A. M. El—Sayed*( 2011). Soil Amendment and Seed Treatments with Compost Tea as Alternative Fungicide for Controlling Root Rot Disease of Bean PlantsEgyptian Journal of Biological Pest Control, 21(1),19-26
Abstract: Clarified compost tea of three different plant sources of slurries of spent mushroom substrate (SMS), path and/or rice straw, were used as inhibitors for different foliar and soil borne pathogens. FusariumsolaniMart sacc., MacrophominaphaseolinaTassi and RhizoctoniasolaniKuhn proved to be the most d
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Khalil, A.A.1 ; Manal A. H. El-Gamal1 ; A.A.A.Mohamed1 And I.A. Al-Esaily2( 2011). Response of tomato to liquid ammonia and biofertilizers application Egypt . J. Of Appl. Sci., 26 (9) 233-252
Abstract: Two field experiments were carried out during the fall seasons of 2009 and 2010 at the Experimental Res. Farm of El-Kassasin Horticultural Research Station, Ismailia Governorate, to assess effect of different nitrogen sources [liquid ammonia (LA) and solid ammonia (SA)], both applied at the same dif
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Ahmed, M. M. M. ; H.M.M. Seyam And M.M. Abbass( 2011). Comparative study of different organic manures and elemental sulfur for improving of some soil chemical properties and wheat productivity in sandy calcareous soilsEgypt . J. of Appl. Sci., 26 (12) 2011 480-493
Abstract: Two field experiments were conducted during two winter seasons of wheat plants 2008/09 and 2009/10 in a sandy calcareous soil at Arab El-Awammer Experimental Station (Assiut Governorate), to study the effect of organic manures and elemental sulfur which was added alone or combined with them, on some
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El-Sanafawy- Hamida, M.A.; N.I. Talha, S.A. El-Saady And A.A.S. Gendy ( 2011). Quality Assessment Of Behaira Governorate Ground Water (El-Delengate District) By Chemical And Heavy Metal Analysis J., Of Soil Sciences And Agricultural Engineering. Mansoura Univ. Vol. 2 (1): 59-70.
Abstract: The scarcity of water makes it difficult and expensive to expand the cultivated land, or even protect soil with natural cover. In Egypt, there is a growing concern that the very limited water resources are becoming increasingly polluted because of the misuse and improper management of resources, whi
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El-Sanafaw Hamida M.A.( 2011). Evaluation Of Harmful Effect Of Pollution Sources On Soils And Plants Via N, P And K Concentration Studies At Middle North Delta RegionMansoura Univ. Vol. 2 (12): 1173-1183
Abstract: Fourteen waste water samples (municipal, agricultural and/or industrial) were collected from the extreme parts of middle North Delta region at pump station where pumped their waste water to the Burullus lagoon, bottom sediment samples also taken at the same locations. Fourteen soil profiles also tak
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