What Drives Decline Productivity in Ageing Tea Plantation - Soil Physical Properties or Soil Nutrient Status?
Piero Iori, Reginaldo Barbosa da Silva, Ayodele Ebenezer Ajayi, Francisca Alcivania de Melo Silva, Moacir de Souza Dias Junior, Zigomar Menezes de Souza
To cite this article: Iori, P., Da Silva, R. B., Ajayi, A. E., De Melo Silva, F. A., Dias Junior, M. D. S., & De Souza, Z. M. (2014). What drives decline productivity in ageing tea plantation - Soil physical properties or soil nutrient status? Agricultural Science, 2(1), 22 - 36. http://dx.doi.org/10.12735/as.v2i1p22
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