Best Reference Books – Advance Crop Growth and Productivity

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Advance Crop Growth and Productivity subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Advance Crop Growth and Productivity along with reviews.

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1. “Agricultural Supply Chains, Growth and Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa: Market Structure, Farm Constraints and Grass-root Institutions (Advances in African Economic, Social and Political Development)” by Nicolas Depetris Chauvin

“Agricultural Supply Chains, Growth and Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa: Market Structure, Farm Constraints and Grass-root Institutions (Advances in African Economic, Social and Political Development)” Book Review: This book is designed for the students of agricultural engineering, researchers and scientists. It explains how the agricultural market affects the development of dynamic food. It also explains the development of dynamic food and cash crop sectors. It also explains the economic transformation and poverty reduction in Africa. The topics are explained with the help of examples and questions at the end of the chapters.

2. “Soil Water and Agronomic Productivity (Advances in Soil Science)” by Rattan Lal and B A Stewart

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“Soil Water and Agronomic Productivity (Advances in Soil Science)” Book Review: This book is designed for the students of agricultural engineering, researchers and scientists. It discusses the concepts and practice of irrigation. Many techniques of water conservation are also discussed. It explains the technologies for improving soil water availability, water use efficiency and irrigation systems. It basically deals with soil water and agronomic productivity. It also consists of examples and questions at the end of the chapter.

3. “Advances in Agronomy” by Donald L Sparks

“Advances in Agronomy” Book Review: This book is useful in the field of agriculture, researchers and scientists. It also discusses the latest researchers in the field of agronomy. It explains the factors affecting agriculture. It also focuses on agronomy issues. Along with the theoretical portions it also covers the practical applications of agronomy. Various examples and questions are provided at the end of the chapter.

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4. “Cereal Tissue and Cell Culture (Advances in Agricultural Biotechnology)” by S W Bright and Michael Jones

“Cereal Tissue and Cell Culture (Advances in Agricultural Biotechnology)” Book Review: This book is useful in the field of agriculture, researchers and scientists. It basically deals with the cereal tissues and cell culture. It discusses the applications of culture techniques in the cereals. It provides the knowledge of embryo development. Factors affecting embryo culture are also covered in this book. Along with the theoretical portions it also covers the practical applications of modern techniques used in the field of agriculture.

5. “Modeling and Control of Greenhouse Crop Growth (Advances in Industrial Control)” by Francisco Rodríguez and Manuel Berenguel

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“Modeling and Control of Greenhouse Crop Growth (Advances in Industrial Control)” Book Review: This book is useful for the field of agriculture, chemical, researchers and scientists. It discusses the modeling and control of greenhouse crop growth. It discusses the fundamentals of modern techniques. The main objective of this book is to maximize profit, fruit quality, and water-use efficiency. It consists of solved examples, exercises and short questions at the end of the chapter.

6. “Recent Advances in Remote Sensing for Crop Growth Monitoring” by Tao Cheng

“Recent Advances in Remote Sensing for Crop Growth Monitoring” Book Review: This book is useful for the field of agriculture, chemical, researchers and scientists. The topics which are covered in this book are crop growth parameters estimation and crop mapping. It basically discusses the applications of the remote sensing techniques to crop growth monitoring. It also consists of solved examples, exercises and short questions at the end of the chapter.

7. “Limitations to Plant Root Growth (Advances in Soil Science)” by J M Baker and F N Dalton

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“Limitations to Plant Root Growth (Advances in Soil Science)” Book Review: This book is designed for the students, chemists, researchers and scientists. It explains the role of roots in water transport and extracting nutrients from soil. It also discusses sustainable agriculture. It focuses on the soil management and conservation of the soil resource. It explains how to utilize the soil as a viable living resource. It focuses on the limitations to plant root growth.

8. “Soil Productivity and Crop Growth” by P.C. Raheja
9. “Irrigation Management in Bell Pepper on Open Field and Under Shade: Yield, Water productivity, Crop Coefficient, Fruit Quality, Growth Rate, Leaf Area, Chlorophyll and Economic Analysis” by Alexandre Swarowsky and Richard Alberto Rodríguez Padrón

“Irrigation Management in Bell Pepper on Open Field and Under Shade: Yield, Water productivity, Crop Coefficient, Fruit Quality, Growth Rate, Leaf Area, Chlorophyll and Economic Analysis” Book Review: This book is designed for the students of agricultural engineering, chemists, researchers and scientists. It discusses the performance, quality fruit and efficient use of irrigation water. It explains the irrigation management strategies in bell pepper on an open field and under shade. It also focuses on evaporation and control treatment. Along with the theoretical portions it also covers the practical application of irrigation management.

10. “Bacteria in Agrobiology: Crop Productivity” by Dinesh K Maheshwari and Meenu Saraf

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“Bacteria in Agrobiology: Crop Productivity” Book Review: This book is useful for agricultural engineering, chemists, researchers and scientists. It discusses the application of microorganisms. It explains the bio-resources for crop productivity. It covers the role of beneficial bacteria in crop growth. It also discusses how bateria increases the nutrient uptake and mobilization, and defense against phytopathogens. It consists of the practical applications of the modern techniques which are used to increase the productivity of crops.

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