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Proceedingsof the annual meeting of ESNA Working Group 3 Soil-Plant-Relationships

  • The European Society for New Methods in Agricultural Research (ESNA) is an international society originally established in Wageningen (The Netherlands) in 1969 with the aims of exchanging ideas and techniques to promote the advancement of agricultural sciences. The original scope - the co-ordination of research in the application of nuclear techniques in agriculture - has gradually changed and now the Society also covers aspects of environmental protection and the application of new methods and biotechnology in agricultural research. The Society organizes annual meetings in various European countries and the scientific programme is devoted to fundamental and applied issues from the above-mentioned areas. For more information see http://www.mendelu.cz/esna/. One of the 6 working groups, where current research is presented as oral papers or posters is Working Group 3 with the scientific topic SOIL PLANT RELATIONSHIPS, comprising soil science, plant nutrition (including microbial aspects), application of stable and radioactive isotope techniques, plant physiology, behaviour of pollutants in soil-plant system. Proceedings of Working Group 3 from the annual meetings since 2001 are published here. Present Chairmen of this working group are V. Licina and. G. Zibold. Professor Dr. V. Licina, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Agriculture, 11 080 Belgrade, Nemanjina 6, Serbia&Montenegro; E-mail: licina@agrifaculty.bg.ac.yu; Professor Dr. G. Zibold, University of Applied Sciences Fachhochschule Ravensburg-Weingarten, D 88241 Weingarten, Germany; E-mail: zibold@fh-weingarten.de

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Author:Gregor Zibold
Document Type:Conference Proceeding
Date of Publication (online):2005/01/20
Date of first Publication:2005/01/20
Creating Corporation:Fachhochschule Ravensburg-Weingarten
Release Date:2005/01/20
Tag:plant nutrition; pollutants in soil-plant systems; radioactive tracers; transfer soil-plant
GND Keyword:Pflanzenernährung; Isotopenmarkierung; Untergrund <Bodenkunde>; Melioration
Source:ISSN 1611-9223
Contributor:Licina, Vlado
Institutes:Hochschule Ravensburg-Weingarten / Zentrale Einrichtung