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Agriculture

Infografias Periodicas: Los elementos de los fertilizantes

El profesor de química y bloguero de Compound Interest Andy Brunning profundiza en cómo los fertilizantes para las plantas utilizan la tabla periódica

by Andy Brunning
March 23, 2020 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 98, ISSUE 11

 

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Credit: Andy Brunning/C&EN

Para descargar el pdf de este artículo: cenm.ag/fertilizantes


Referencias usadas para crear esta infografía:

“A Crash Course in Fertilizers: NPK Ratios, Synthetic vs. Organic, and More.”Sunset, Sept. 3, 2004.

Dimech, Adam. “The Potassium Myth.” The Story of Flowers. Updated Feb. 10, 2013.

Scherer, H. W. “Fertilizers and Fertilization.” In Encyclopedia of Soils in the Environment, edited by Daniel Hillel, 20–26. Elsevier, 2005.

Solution Center for Nutrient Management. “Crop Nutrient Requirements.” Accessed March 5, 2020.


Una colaboración entre C&EN y Andy Brunning, autor del blog de los famosos gráficos de Compound Interest (compoundchem.com)

Para ver todas otro articulos de C&EN en español, visita cenm.ag/espanol.

La versión original (en inglés) del artículo está disponible aquí.

 

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