Specifically developed for managers interested in preventing contamination of runoff and groundwater leaching, these suggested management practices will help guide you through your own successful plan of action. Also included is an environmental audit checklist to guide you through management practices that impact the environment, increase your awareness of practices that lessen runoff and leaching, and help you identify areas that may require improvements. Chapters cover: protecting water quality, management goals and practices to mitigate runoff and leaching, irrigation practices, nutrients, pest managements, pesticide use and water quality protection, erosion and runoff, water recycling, and environmental audit.It is usually best to follow the guidelines of the laboratory performing an elemental analysis because values depend on the ... Plant tissue testing of ornamental crops is less common than soil testing, but it is a useful tool for diagnosing nutrientanbsp;...
|Title||:||Greenhouse and Nursery Management Practices to Protect Water Quality|
|Publisher||:||UCANR Publications - 2008-01-01|