Zinc is an essential micronutrient and has particular physiological functions in all living systems. Zinc deficiency appears to be the most widespread and frequent micronutrient deficiency problem in crop and pasture plants worldwide, resulting in severe losses in yield and nutritional quality. This book “ZINC IN PLANT NUTRITION: A REVIEW” by Kshama shukla contributes to our better understanding of Zn dynamics in soil and plant systems. The book also contains valuable basic information for a wide people, including scientists, agronomists and students, who are involved in research or education in plant nutrition, plant physiology and soil science.
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Nutrition to plant comes from space and not soil volume five describes how there are atoms of matter in space like active carbon. For example when uranium burns carbon dioxide will be produced also most likely from burning of carbon atoms in space. Similarly dew drops will be formed on the interior of a beaker from burning Uranium from hydrogen atoms catching fire in space.How electromagnetic waves in space are motion in matter atoms because this motion can be blocked by lead and it is not a radiant energy another proof for matter atoms in space.How plants die when soil is flooded because limited oxygen atoms between the soil particles are removed that is why plants have to be spaced some but not too much as nutrition is from atoms in space. How plants can grow without light but require energy from heated atoms in space because they can not grow in cold.
The book is a revolution in agriculture and agronomy. It is very helpful for the country because you can increase crop production 200-300% by plant density based on my invention nutrition to plant comes from space and not soil. It has been experimentally tried and results are in agreement with our invention. Also fertilizers may not have any role because the nutrition is in plenty as atoms in space.
Nutrition to plant comes from space and not soil Volume two is a revolution in agriculture and biology. It covers point to point how matter atoms from space and why they are being utilized by plants. These matter atoms percolate in to soil and water and are sucked by plants. The basic principle is soil does not loose weight as the plant grows. The role of soil is probably as a catalyst in the process of fixing nutrient atoms. Other main points are soil is insoluble in water and nothing can be eluted from it to be utilized. Also carbon dioxide in air does not have any energy as it can not burn and thus can not be part of photosynthesis.
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Nutrition to plant comes from space and not soil Volume four describes how just like oxygen atoms in space there are other atoms of matter utilized by plants , how water underneath the soil originates from combination of Hydrogen and oxygen atoms in space just like rain probably is formed by the same process. Evidence is dew drops forming on the interior of a beaker inverted on a lighted candle Hydrogen atoms burning and combining with oxygen atoms. In summary plant derives nutrition from atoms in space and not soil and crop production can be increased 2-3 times by sowing plants more densely and land saved.
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Nutrition to plant comes from space and not soil volume seven describes how air and water and glass don't have any signal on imaging because of low density of atoms just like space does not have any signal. There is motion in these atoms and they give energy to plants and humans alike.There is no foliage at the bottom of the sea as these matter atoms have motion and they rise to surface where there is foliage. How a balloon shrivels after sometime even when tied because the atoms in air escape through the wall of the balloon.Another proof for matter atoms in space is ice and snow don't evaporate with time as there is less or no motion in these atoms when cold. While water evaporates. In summary there are atoms in space which one survives on plant and humans.
Rice is the important cereal crop grown mostly on Indian soils irrespective of soil types and conditions. Zinc deficiency is common in flooded soils because of the reducing conditions that develop following submergence, with Zn becoming immobilized with ferrous iron compounds and other solid phases formed in reducing processes. The text presented in the book is sub divided into 7 chapters. This book envisages on how to improve the zinc use efficiency in paddy soil by different chemical and physical soil management. Suitable extractant of Zinc in a rice soil has also been described in detail. Source, rate and time of application of zinc for rice are very crucial for its optimum utilization and have been dealt separately with experimental evidence. This book is a comprehensive one and will meet the growing needs of soil science students for zinc management in paddy soil. Hopefully, the technical information contained herein will prove useful to students, teachers, scientists working in the field of Soil Science, Agronomy and Extension personnel.
Nutrition to plant comes from space and not soil volume six describes how nutrition is coming to plant and also to humans from active atoms in space. How plants do not have excreta because they take as much nutrition as needed by them unlike humans who eat and have excreta. Humans absorb these atoms through lungs like oxygen atoms. It also describes evidence for atoms in space like snow on mountains 12 month a year is by combination of Hydrogen and oxygen atoms. Similarly water under the soil is from combination of hydrogen and oxygen atoms like rain. How insulin transports glucose ion in cell that is why in diabetic keto acidosis insulin deficiency person needs fluid and glucose supplementation which he will not need otherwise and be able to survive on atoms from space.
Zinc is an essential nutrient element for plants, animals and Humans. It is involved in several biochemical reactions in plant and its deficiency causes low crop yields. Zinc deficiency is common in many soil types, in general, and its correction is costly because of the wide area of cultivated lands suffering of Zn deficiency. Different plant species as well as plant genotypes differ in their response to low Zn growth substrates. The efficiency of plant genotypes to be grown in low Zn or Zn-deficient growth medium is of a great economic importance. This will help for saving high doses of Zn fertilizers, which of economic benefits and also can prevent soil pollution by heavy load of Zn application. Therefore, the selection of high efficient plant genotypes for cultivation in low-Zn soil will be the future strategy for cultivating plant crops in low-fertile soil. This book represents a study to evaluate the effect of Zn sources and concentrations on the growth, morphological characters and chemical composition of three been cultivars grown on sand culture, and also to estimate the best applications of the two zinc sources.
Boron (B) and zinc (Zn) deficiencies are widespread in alkaline, calcareous and low organic-matter soils of Pakistan. In the present study, the Cotton crop responded positively to application of B and Zn fertilizers. Plant growth, productivity and nutritional value of cottonseeds were improved, very cost-effectively, by optimizing B nutrition. Fertilizer B requirement was 1.0 kg B ha-1 and HCl extractable soil B critical range appears to be 0.5–0.6 mg kg-1 soil. . Similarly, use of Zn fertilizer in cotton promoted seed cotton yield, boll bearing, boll weight, and seed index. Zn application at rate of 7.5 kg ha?1 was most cost-effective. Certain plant physiological parameters, such as membrane integrity and chlorophyll content, were improved with better Zn nutrition of plants. Moreover, both B and Zn fertilizers showed residual effects in cotton – wheat system.
Nutrition to plant comes from space and not soil volume three describes point to point how and why nutrition is coming as atoms from the surrounding space and is unlimited and that plants can be grown closer and denser and crop production increased two to three times with the same soil. It also tells that adding nutrients and fertilizers to the soil you can not increase the plant population in a given soil meaning fertilizers area a waste.