SCIREA Journal of Agriculture (ISSN: 2995-6935)

SCIREA Journal of Agriculture is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Volume 8, Issue 3, June 2023

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Linyun Wang
Abstract: At present, there are 5 million to 30 million species of organisms on the Earth, how did so many kinds of organisms come into being? What is the pattern of their variation? So far, there is no satisfactory theory to explain it. Since Watson and Crick proposed the double helix structure model of genetic material DNA in 1953,
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Volume 8, Issue 2, April 2023

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Eric Houben, Klaus Gassenmeier
Abstract: 2,5-dimethyl-3-furanthiol is an important aroma constituent widely used in flavorings for food stuff. While its occurrence in food is mentioned several times, its unequivocal identification is not clear. In an SDE extract of ground coffee beans, using a pre-separation step and two dimensional GC TOF MS, its occurrence in gr
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Adam Willson, Gwyn Jones, Greg Paynter, Garry Edser, Duane Norris, Michal Kravcik
Abstract: Since settlement Australian agriculture has transitioned from hydrated carbon rich landscapes abundant in trees and diverse pastoral systems to a continent dominated by low carbon soils, overgrazed grasslands and vast fields of annual monoculture crops. Inappropriate farming practices including deforestation have led to lon
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Volume 8, Issue 1, February 2023

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Andre Frederick Leu
Abstract: To shift from a significant emitter to a major mitigator of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, agriculture needs to change from the current dominant paradigm of chemically intensive, industrial/conventional systems to regenerative systems by focusing on plant biology and living soil sciences. Maximizing photosynthesis to captu
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Suaib Suaib, M.J. Arma, D. Suleman, M. Taufik, Suharjo, N.F. Suaib, N.R.A. Suaib
Abstract: A numerous quantitative data about measurements of some agricultural research, would be meaning significantly after the data were tabulated and analysed in the adequate way. Commonly, the quantitative data should be tabulated and analysed by parametric principles so as to obtain the clear points. Usually, the pooled data ac
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Karampatea Aikaterini, Konstantinidou Parthena
Abstract: Based on several in vitro and in vivo studies, it appears that a certain amount of daily consumption of wine can prevent to some degree various chronic diseases. This is mainly due to the presence and number of important antioxidants in red wine. Wine polyphenols, especially resveratrol, anthocyanins and catechins, are the
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Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2022

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Warji Warji, Tamrin Tamrin, Sapto Kuncoro, Bambang Joko Sudarsan
Abstract: Indonesia is one of the fourth largest coffee producers in the world. Arabica and Robusta coffee are types of coffee that are quite widely grown in Indonesia. Both types of coffee are partly grown organically; namely coffee whose entire cultivation process does not involve chemicals such as pesticides or fertilizers derived
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Volume 6, Issue 6, December 2021

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Hilal Ahmad Punoo
Abstract: Kradi cheese is manufactured by coagulation of naturally fermented butter milk containing different strains of lactic acid bacteria. In this study lactic acid bacterial strains were isolated from kradi cheese and screened for exopolysaccharide potential. The taxonomic group of the exopolysaccharide producing lactic acid bac
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Volume 6, Issue 5, October 2021

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Alfred Alfonso Antoh
Abstract: Ficus nodosa Teijism & Binned is a type of tropical wood that grows and develops around Lake Sentani. The bark of the tree is used as a work of art for the manufacture of handbags by the Sentani indigenous people. This plant reproduces using seeds and is very easy to reproduce. However, considering the high utilization by s
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Volume 6, Issue 4, August 2021

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Chao-shih (Jake) Wang, David D. Van Fleet
Abstract: To examine how an intelligence cohort works, a comparative analysis is conducted in the context of food recalls of meat and poultry products. An intelligence cohort addresses three fundamental strategies: identifiability, uniqueness, and the use of additive tasks. The concept of an intelligence cohort is tested in the cont
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Volume 6, Issue 3, June 2021

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Wenchu Li, Jingyu Zhang, Shizhang Feng
Abstract: Flacherie diseases of silkworm caused by complex pathogens but mainly Bacillus spp. in springtime. The paper aims to explore interaction between different geographic strains of pathogens and host, and focuses on studying phenoloxidase (PO) and other enzymes activities in hemolymph, midgut and silk glands. PO activity increa
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Franky M.S. Telupere
Abstract: This research was conducted to analyze phenotypically the growth traits of KUB chickens consuming fermented cattle feces (FCF) feed. 120 head chicks were randomly placed in 4 treatments, i.e rations with 0% FCF (R0), 10% FCF (R1), 20% ​​FCF(R2), and 30% FCF (R3). Each treatment consisted of 6 replications and each replica
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Volume 6, Issue 2, April 2021

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Li Peng
Abstract: With the expansion of agricultural scientific research activity areas, agricultural scientific research team or organization gradually developed into the basic unit of agricultural scientific research activity.Through the visit, discussion and small meeting communication or carry out questionnaire investigation, etc, invest
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Volume 6, Issue 1, February 2021

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María I. Escobosa, Fidel Núñez, Víctor A. Cárdenas, Roberto Soto Ortiz, S. Mónica Avilés, Aurelia Mendoza
Abstract: The Colorado River, with a distance of over 2,300 kilometers, is one of rivers that present greater conflict between its states users, who have had to live around water resources in order to achieve mutual benefits. It is observable all the Mexican side is frequently suffer the negative impacts in terms of allocations in te
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Volume 5, Issue 2, April 2020

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Jinpeng Liu, Ranran Cheng, Zhongni Wang, Jinying Wang, Jun Liu, Feng Liu
Abstract: Wood vinegars without secondary pollutants are extracted from plant material.Recently, research on wood vinegars has received increasing attention because of the rising awareness of environmental protection. Herein, we first exploited the wood vinegar obtained from peony which has never been discovered. This wood vinegar li
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Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2020

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WenJin Ma, WenJin Lou, Yanbing Zhou, Bo Wang, Meilin Li, Huan Liu, XueFeng Chen
Abstract: A Common Primer Duplex PCR (CP-D-PCR) was developed to screen polysaccharide-producing recombinant yeast strains from the genotype. This method demonstrated higher sensitivity and efficiency than the conventional methods. In this study, two pairs of primers were designed according to the constitutive protein of photosynthes
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Volume 4, Issue 6, December 2019

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Song Guanyi
Abstract: To illustrate the solar system clearly, the author utilized the system theory and discovered two natural organism with functions between sun and earth: 1) one is the coupling mechanism explained as a functional assemblage that made crust to be rolled resourcing from solar pressure and earth rotation and evolution, all of wh
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Volume 4, Issue 5, October 2019

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Cao Yuxing
Abstract: Discusses the connotation and the extension of Chinese flower arrangement, the definition, classification of form, meaning and Prospect of flower science foundation, established.
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Volume 4, Issue 4, August 2019

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Hugo Petrocelli, Carlos Batista
Abstract: The experiment was carried out in a pig farm to evaluate the reproductive performance under production conditions. The objective of the present study was to evaluate the effect of the seminal parameters (sperm vitality, sperm DNA fragmentation, sperm abnormalities and number of spermatozoa), season (summer, autumn, winter,
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Roger L Goodwin
Abstract: This article presents the weighted data features of the standard deviational curve (SDC). Similar data features exist for the standard deviational ellipse (SDE). This paper presents weighted data features for the SDC which include the angle of rotation, the minimum and maximum standard deviation, the area, and the circulato
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Volume 4, Issue 3, June 2019

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Érico de Sá Petit Lobão, Alberício Pereira de Andrade, Tiago Ferreira Pinto, Ivan de Oliveira Lima Júnior, Valéria Araújo
Abstract: In the present study aimed to evaluate the use of metric variables as non-destructive method for estimating the green mass of prickly pear in semi-arid environment. The correlation between the weight of green mass, volume and real volume estimated by the variables of length, width and thickness of the cladodes was investiga
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Adejo, P.E, Olowogbayi, J.A, Adejo, E.G
Abstract: The study was undertaken to assess the participation of women in palm oil processing in Dekina Local Government Area of Kogi State. The study describe the Socio-economic characteristics of palm oil processors in Dekina, examine the methods of palm oil processing in the study area, ascertain the level of women participation
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Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2019

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Iheke, O. R., Nto, P. O., ONYENEKE, I. Q.
Abstract: This study analyzed the effect of tenure security and farmers socio-economic characteristics on farm investment of arable crop farmers in Imo State, Nigeria. Multi-stage, purposive and simple random sampling techniques were used in selecting 80 respondents used for the study. Primary data were collected using structured que
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Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2019

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Luo Erlin, Li Zhenhua, Tan Jinling, Hu Jingyan
Abstract: Based on the study of the water jet technology of the single side shell of the thick shell mussel, in the experiment of water jet shelling, in order to grasp the three influencing factors of shelling quality of mussels with single side by water jet to the greatest extent: the injection pressure of water jet, the distance be
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Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2018

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S. Nisthar, SMM. Mazahir
Abstract: This study aimed to find the opportunities of Halal tourism that can be utilized so as to promote the tourism industrial sector in Sri Lanka using the descriptive analysis. The data collected for the study were secondary from the various secondary sources such as printed materials, journal, and web based documents. All thes
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S.H. Alsamhi, M. Ansari, M. Hebah, A. Ahmed, A. Hatem, M. Alasali
Abstract: Adaptive handoff provides a cost-effective way to enhance the Quality of Service (QOS) of homogeneous and heterogeneous communication systems. Recent researches focused on handoff between Heterogonous communications systems. Therefore, handoff between terrestrial communication systems and High altitude platform using Neuro
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Mine Özdemir, Ali Uğurlu
Abstract: This paper presents the effects of pozzolanic additives on the properties of Portland cement containing clay waste. Twelve different types of cement mortars were produced by adding fly ash and natural pozzolan (in the range of 5 % - 20 %) to ordinary CEM I 42.5 Portland cement containing 10 % and 15 % of clay waste. The cem
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Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2017

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Jerry Asaana, Adams Sadick, Abunkudugu A. Akunai, Tayari Salifa
Abstract: A study was carried at Tono irrigation area in the Upper East Region of Ghana to assess the relationship between some selected climatic parameters and their correlation with potential evapotranspiration (PET) estimated using Penman-Monteith method. The selected climatic parameters were temperature, humidity, wind speed and
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Adams Sadick, Prince Charles Asante, Emmanuel Dugan, Jerry Asaana
Abstract: This paper assessed the suitability of water in Lake Bosomtwe at Ashanti Region of Ghana for irrigation purposes. A total of ten composite samples were taken from different parts of the lake and analyzed for Irrigation water quality parameters like sodium adsorption ratio, soluble sodium percentage, residual sodium carbonat
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Volume 1, Issue 2, December 2016

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S.ANKITHA, M.BALAJEE
Abstract: Internet of Things (IoT) involves creating network of everyday items embedded with electronics, software and network connectivity. For any technology to be successful and achieve widespread use, it needs to gain the trust of users by providing adequate security and privacy assurance. Some of the devices used by
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Mohsen Mohammadi Khyareh
Abstract: The main purpose of this paper is examining the dynamics of electricity demand in the Iranian agricultural sector paper using empirical evidence over the period 2003-2014. The paper uses Panel cointegration test and Fully Modified Ordinary Least Squares method to determine the long run relationship between agricultural elec
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HAN Min-qiang, LI Ying
Abstract: Ordos Basin is a large Mesozoic continental basin superimposed on the Paleozoic cratonic terrace of North China. Mesozoic Era is an important transformation phase for Ordos Basin. The studies of Ordos Basin made by predecessors are centered on the west of the basin, and little studies involving the south of the basin, pheno
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Wen-Jin Ma, Xue-Feng Chen, Wen-Jin Lou, Huan Liu, Bo Wang, Qian Wu, Yu Zhao, Tao Peng, Peng Chen
Abstract: An effective method for high purity genomic DNA extraction from N. flagelliforme, which was four steps including 1) the obtaining of pure cultured cells of N. flagelliforme by liquid culture, 2) the cleaning of cells by the cleaning solution, 3) disruption of cell walls by the glass homogenizer, and 4) precipitation of poly
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Md. Mahi Imam Mollah, Md. Mahbubar Rahman, Soyema Khatun, Mukta Mala
Abstract: The study was conducted at the experimental field of entomology department, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University, Gazipur, Bangladesh during March to July 2009 in order to know the insect pest complex found in heat tolerant year round country bean (IPSA Seem 2) field during summer season. During the stu
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Vanitha.M, Joseph Thatheyus.A
Abstract: PHYSICOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND PLANKTON ASSEMBLAGES OF SATHIYAR RIVER IN MADURAI DISTRICT Vanitha.M1 and Joseph Thatheyus.A2 1 Department of Zoology, SBK College, Aruppukottai, Tamil nadu, India.2 PG & Research Department of Zoology, The American College, Madur
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A. Rafidah, A. Nurulhuda, Y. Suhaila
Abstract: One of the important concepts in management and business is service quality. Service quality in hospitals should be directed towards the satisfaction of patients. By using two public hospitals in Johor Bahru as case studies, this paper want to compare the quality of services provided by two public hospitals in Johor Bahru.
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Abaas MalekMohammadi, Eskandar Rastegar-Pouyani, Fatemeh Todehdehghan
Abstract: Gloydius halys caucasicus (Nikolsky 1916) is a venomous viper, distributed in China, N Iran, S/SW Russia, Kazakhstan (between Volga and Ural River), Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, E Afghanistan, Mongolia and Turkmenistan. This viper is biomedical and economically important snake in the Iran. Data presented here, is on
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Eneji, Chris-Valentine Ogar, Eneji, Joyce Ekor Ogar, Ngoka, V.N., Abang, Moses
Abstract: This study took a cursory look at the attitude of the residents of Calabar South, Nigeria towards waste management and disposal and its effects on the health status of these residents. Descriptive survey design was adopted for the study, the sample for the study comprised of traders, farmers, civil and public servants among
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Eneji, J.E.O., Eneji, C.V.O., Ngoka, V.N., Tangban, E. A
Abstract: Making the choices of feeding the new infant of HIV+ mothers is influenced by a lot of factors the purpose of this paper is to take an in-depth examination of some sociodemographic factors influencing the choices of infant feeding options among HIV+ mothers in two health facilities: General Hospital Ogoja and Roman Catholic
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Volume 1, Issue 1, October 2016

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Gergana Desheva, Bozhidar Kyosev
Abstract: The knowledge about of genetic diversity of einkorn wheat (Triticum monococcum L.) genotypes is a key to reliable and sustainable production of the food crops adapted to diverse conditions. Twenty two einkorn accessions from the National genebank of Bulgaria were carried out in the experimental field of IPGR-Sadovo, Bulgari
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M. A. El-Badry, Mohamed Ali El-Badry Hafez Amin
Abstract: The rhizosphere microbes play an important role in improving medicinal values of medicinal plants. The role of microbes in plant growth, nutrient availability, disease resistance, yield and quality of medicinal compounds is demonstrated in medicinal plants. There are increasing interests in the research of the interaction b
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Sabah Said Razouki, Ph.D., Dipl.-Ing., CEng., AM.ASCE, Saad Yousif, Ph.D., M.Sc. Senior Lecturer
Abstract: Presented in this paper is a new algorithm based on matrix algebra for determining turning movements at special road junctions in which certain movements within the junction are prohibited. This is achieved by developing mathematical models based on continuity of flow and the fact that the number of linearly independent eq
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Binang W.B, Ansa J.E.O., Shiyam J.O., Ntia, J. D. and Ittah, M. A.
Abstract: Cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) being a staple food crop for millions of people particularly in sub Sahara Africa is considered to have a high potential for biofortification with micronutrients, but research information on how fertilization with iodine influences its growth an yield, as well as accumulation of iodine in
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Macauley A. Ittah, Walter B. Binang, John O. Shiyam, Paul O. Idu
Abstract: The experiment analyzed the genetic variation in morphological traits in x - ray irradiated groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.) to assess adaptation to humid environment. Seeds of four soybean varieties; MS – 54 – 76, ICGV – SM – 42, RMP – 12 and SAMNUT 21, were exposed to six levels of x - ray irradiation; 0, 40, 60, 80, 100 a
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José Javier Martín, Ezzeddine Saadaoui, Emilio Cervantes
Abstract: Seed shape quantification is an important tool in taxonomy and biodiversity studies. Seed images are compared with geometric figures and percent of identity is obtained (J index). Seed images of Arabidopsis and model legumes (Lotus and Medicago) adjust well to a cardioid allowing studies of shape variation in development an
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Shiyam, JO, Nkor, NN, Binang, WB, Effa, EB
Abstract: A factorial field experiment was conducted in 2014 at the Teaching and Research Farm of the Department of Crop Science, University of Calabar located in the coastal rainforest zone of southeastern Nigeria on coordinates 050 32’ and 040 27’N ; 070 15’ and 090 28’E with an altitude of 37 m above sea level. The experimental fa
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Shiyam, JO, Binang, WB, Obiefuna, JC
Abstract: A potted experiment was conducted in the greenhouse unit of the Department of Crop Science, University of Calabar, Nigeria to determine the suckering capacity of different sizes of pineapple (Ananas comosus L. Merrill) crown suckers using different potting substrates. Three sizes of the crown suckers (Whole, ½, ¼ and 1/8)
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Vanitha.M, Joseph Thatheyus.A
Abstract: Water is an important natural resource on earth. It is necessary for all living organisms, ecological systems, human health, food production and economic development. Water can be obtained from a number of sources, among which are streams, lakes, rivers, ponds, rain, springs, and wells. The ensuring of good quality drinki
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Chen Zhu, Yue Jingjing, Hu Hongxiang, Yan Ya’nan, Di Yunfei
Abstract: It’s adopted the method of field experiments studied the effects of straw incorporation and reduction of chemical fertilizer on soil nutrients and crop yield, through the treatments of no fertilizer + straw (NS), optimized fertilization with straw to field the full amount (SF), optimization by providing optimization of biol
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