Soil Amendments and Yellow Bean Production Cause and Effect Essay by cee-cee

Soil Amendments and Yellow Bean Production
An examination of the effects of organic amendments on growth of phaseolus vulgaris.
# 107880 | 2,111 words | 8 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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This paper examines the effects of four soil amendments on the growth and yield of phaseolus vulgaris (yellow beans). The paper specifically analyzes the effects of manure, sugar, leached leaf litter and straw mulch on the growth of yellow beans. The paper discusses the method of the study and then looks at the results that were obtained. The paper contains graphs and tables.

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Methods and Materials

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Doring, T., Brandt, M., Heb, J., Finckh, M., & Saucke, H. (2005). Effects of straw mulch on soil nitrate dynamics, weeds, yield and soil erosion in organically grown potatoes. Field Crop Research, 238-249.
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  • Kim, K., Nemec, S., & Musson, G. (1997). Control of Phytophtora root and crown rot of bell pepper with composts and soil amendments in greenhouse. Applied Soil Ecology. 5, 169- 179.
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  • Levy, J. & Taylor, B. (2003). Effects of pulp mill solids and three composts on early growth of tomatoes. Bioresource Technology. 89, 297-305.

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