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by Lori Dajose, California Institute of Technology Many people have experienced the mysterious death of a houseplant. Despite ample water and sunlight, something invisible seems to …
A useful leaflet from the University of Hawaii at Manoa on the use of Brassica juncea (brown mustard) and Raphinus sativus (oil radish) as trap crops and biofumigants against parasitic nematodes in soil.
The University Network https://www.tun.com/blog/climate-change-damaging-soil-for-crop-growth/
A plant needs salts, water, sunlight and different nitrogen-based compounds to grow. However, any of these in …