Agrokhimiia

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Agrokhimiia

 

(Agrochemistry), a scientific journal, organ of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR and of the Ministry of Agriculture of the USSR.

Intended for agronomists, agrochemists, soil scientists, scientific workers, teachers, graduate students, and college students, Agrokhimiia was founded in 1964. It is published monthly in Moscow by the Nauka Publishing House. The journal publishes the results of theoretical and experimental research on questions of agrochemistry, plant nutrition, and application of fertilizers, herbicides, and growth substances. Average printing for one issue is approximately 11,000 (1968).

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