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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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Mansour, S.F.; Mona, H. M. Kenawy; M.M. Mahmoud and A.A.M. Mohamadin ( 2010). Effect Of Industrial Liquied Wastes On Maize Plants And Some Soil Physio-Chemical PropertiesMenufiya Journal For Agriculture Research, (2010) 35, 4(2): 1587-1604
Abstract: The theme of this study was to detect the impact of some different industrial wastewater on maize plants and some soil physical and chemical properties. To achieve these objectives, one industrial area was selected at Mostorod, Kalubia governorate, Egypt, where wastewater is loaded with high amounts
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Mohamedin, A.A.M., M.S. Awaad and Azza R. Ahmed( 2010). The Negative Role Of Soil Salinity And Waterlogging On Crop Productivity In The Northeastern Region Of The Nile Delta, EgyptResearch Journal Of Agriculture And Biological Sciences, 6(4): 378-385, 2010 © 2010, Insinet Publication
Abstract: Soil salinity and Waterlogging conditions are the major threats to the sustainability of irrigated agriculture lands in Egypt. About 40% of the cultivated area is affected to some extent by waterlogging and soil salinity as solely elements or together. A sample of 26 pilot areas were selected to eva
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El-Akram, M.F.I; Abdou, S.M.M; Ashry, M.R.K and Farrag, F.R.M( 2010). Water use and grain yield of maize in relation to irrigation scheduling and sowing datesFayoum J. Agric. Res. & Dev., Vol.24, No.2, July, 2010
Abstract: Field experiments were carried out at Fayoum Agric. Res. Station (Tameia) during 2008 and 2009 seasons to study the combination effects of three sowing dates, i.e. D1:1st June, D2:10th June and D3: 20th June and three irrigation scheduling treatments according to cumulative pan evaporation (C.P.E),
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Mohamed A.M. Abdalla, Sobhy F. Mansour and Mona M.K. Abdel Razek( 2010). Effect Of Applying Gypsum On Some Physico-Chemical And Hydrological Properties Of A Saline-Sodic Clay Soil Provided With A Tile Drainage SystemFayoum J. Agric. Res. & Dev., Vol.24, No.2, July, 2010
Abstract: Ameliorating the saline-sodic soil process represents an important target in the agricultural security program of Egypt. In this concern, a field trial was conducted for improving a salt-affected clay soil provided with a tile drainage system at Mehallet Mousa, Kafr El-Shiekh Governorate, Egypt. The
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Moussa Lobna* and Hanaa Zawam( 2010). Efficacy Of Some Biocontrol Agents On Reproduction And Development Of Meloidogyne Incognita Infecting TomatoJournal of American Science 2010;6(11) 495-509]. (ISSN: 1545-1003).
Abstract: Three rhizobacteria and two yeasts isolates were used as biocontrol agents against Meloidogyne incognita in laboratory and greenhouse. The used biocontrol agents were identified as Bacillus amyloliquefaciens, Brevibacterium otitidis, Sanguibacter inulinus, Candida incommunis and Wicherhamiella dome
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Abd Alla, A.M.; M.H. Khider and M.H. Riad( 2010). Status Of Different Forms Of Calcium, Magnesium And Sodium In Some Soils Of South SinaiJ. Biol. Chem. Environ. Sci., 2010,Vol. 5(2):357 -368
Abstract: The current work has been performed to study the status of different forms of calcium, magnesium and sodium in ten soil profiles varying in their characteristics in some soils of South Sinai. The obtained results show that total, exchangeable and acid soluble Ca were ranged from 590-12000 ppm, 1.3-1
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A.A. Afify, S.S. Arafat, M. Aboel Ghar, M.H. Khader( 2010). Physiographic Soil Map Delineation For The Nile Alluvium And Desert Outskirts In Middle Egypt Using Remote Sensing Data Of Egyptsat-1The Egyptian Journal of Remote Sensing and Space Sciences (2010) 13, 129–135
Abstract: The objectives of this study are to produce a physiographic soil map with correlated attributes to be a base for extra modifiers within the land information system. This integrated data will serve the purposes of land use planning, precision farming practices and to be applied in other areas using t
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Salwa A.I. Eisa, M.B. Taha and R.N. Habashy( 2010). Improving Soil Productivity For Maize Yields Using Some Amendments, Fe And Zn-Chelates By Different Methods Of ApplicationEgypt. J. Soil Sci. 50, No. 1, pp. 1- 13
Abstract: FIELD experiment was carried out at Sides Research Station, Beni Suief Governorate, for two successive summer seasons 2008 and 2009 using maize plant variety (hybrid S.C 310) to study the effect of sulphur at the rates of S0 (zero) and S1(0.5) Mg S/fed, humic acid (HS) which added by rates H0( zer
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Salwa A.I. Eisa and M. B. Taha( 2010). Improving Soil Productivity For Wheat Plants By Adding Humic Acid And Iron- ChelatesEgypt. J. Soil Sci. 50, No.1, pp.15- 26
Abstract: FIELD experiment was carried out at Sides Research Station,. Beni Suief Governorate, for two successive winter seasons 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 using wheat plant variety (Beni Suief 1) to study the effect of humic acid and iron as foliar spray by concentration ( 0,3,6,9 L fed-forhumic acid and (0, 5
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Ismail. M, El-Shemy, A. S. A, and Shoman, M. M.( 2010). Land evaluation of physiographic units in some wadies in the eastern desert of Egypt using remote sensing and geographic information systemJ. Biol. Chem. Environ. Sci., 2010, 5(1), 19-42
Abstract: Visual interpretation of Landsat-7 ETM-7 bands 4, 3 and 2 was depending on many elements such as tone, shape, size, pattern, texture, shadow, and association. The interpretation was done to extract all important landscape. A physiographic analysis using visual interpretation was carried out to delin
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Ali A. Massoud, Mohamed M. El Kholy, Sayed A. El-Tohamy and Samir F. El Fiki ( 2010). Significance of N-biofixation and foliar spray with Zn and Co elements for improving faba bean productivity under field conditions of middle Nile Delta area, EgyptFayoum J. Agric. Res. & Dev., Vol.24, No.1, January, 2010
Abstract: A field experiment was conducted on a clayey soil during two successive winter seasons of 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 at Damas village, Mit Ghamer district, El Dakahlia Governorate, Egypt to evaluate the effectiveness of seed inoculation with rhizobium and foliar spray with zinc and cobalt on faba bean
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Elkholy, M.M.; Samira E. Mahrous and S.A. El-Tohamy ( 2010). Integrated Effect of Mineral, Compost and Biofertilizers on Soil Fertility and Tested Crops ProductivityResearch Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences, 6(5): 670-682, 2010
Abstract: Poor performance of nitrogen and micronutrients availability is one of the major factors related to crop productivity in the calcareous soil . . Maize (Individual hybrid 10) and wheat (C.V. Giza 168) cropping sequence grown on a calcareous sandy clay loam soil under field conditions of El Nubaria
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M.M. Elkholy; Samira E. Mahrous and S.A. El-Tohamy( 2010). Integrated Effect of Mineral, Compost and Biofertilizers on Soil Fertility and Tested Crops ProductivityResearch Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences,
Abstract: Poor performance of nitrogen and micronutrients availability is one of the major factors related to crop productivity in the calcareous soil . . Maize (Individual hybrid 10) and wheat (C.V. Giza 168) cropping sequence grown on a calcareous sandy clay loam soil under field conditions of El Nubaria r
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Khalil, A. A.; Nashwa A. H. Fetyan and Nadia. M. Hemeid( 2010). Effect Of Bacillus Circulans And Azotobacter Chroococcum Inoculation On Potato Roduction In Presence Of Different Mineral Potassium SourcesJ. Agric. Chemistry and Biotechnology, Mans. Univ., Vol. 1 (9): 471 – 483
Abstract: A field experiment was conducted at EL- Ismaielia Agric. Res. Station (ARC), EL- Ismaielia Governorate, in the winter season of 2007 / 2008, to study the effect of inoculation with either Azotobacter chroococcum (nitrogen fixers and plant growth promoters) or Bacillus circulans (Silicate potassium)
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A.A.M. Ragab, Eman A. Tantawy, Sh.M. Abd El-Rasoul( 2010). A comparison between traditional and recent bioinocula on growth and productivity of faba bean (vicia faba l.) grown in calcareous soilINTERNATIONAL JOURNAL Of ACADEMIC RESEARCH Vol. 2. No. 4. July 2010
Abstract: Agriculture scientists made a lot of efforts to improve organic agriculture aiming food safety. For five decades until now legume inoculation by Rhizobia was successful.So it is very important to compare Rhizobia with the Effective Microorganisms (EM) inoculation as a progress in organic agriculture
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