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GENERATION, COMPILATION AND DISSEMINATION OF CULTIVAR-SPECIFIC NUTRIENT COMPOSITION DATA 7 - 21 4. RELATIVE PRIORITY OF OBTAINING CULTIVAR-SPECIFIC DIETARY CONSUMPTION DATA 22 - 27 5. (...) Vitamin A deficiency diseases are still pervasive in certain parts of the Pacific, and therefore cultivar-specific nutrient data should be fundamental to related agriculture and nutrition policies and interventions. (...) Thus, these combined food-control / food-composition laboratories are capable of efficiently generating cultivar-specific nutrient composition data and data on chemical contaminants. 21.
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Score: 1312169.6 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ments/PGR/ITWG/ITWG3/p3w5E.pdf
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GENERATION, COMPILATION AND DISSEMINATION OF CULTIVAR-SPECIFIC NUTRIENT COMPOSITION DATA 7 - 21 4. RELATIVE PRIORITY OF OBTAINING CULTIVAR-SPECIFIC DIETARY CONSUMPTION DATA 22 - 27 5. (...) Vitamin A deficiency diseases are still pervasive in certain parts of the Pacific, and therefore cultivar-specific nutrient data should be fundamental to related agriculture and nutrition policies and interventions. (...) Thus, these combined food-control / food-composition laboratories are capable of efficiently generating cultivar-specific nutrient composition data and data on chemical contaminants. 21.
Language:English
Score: 1312169.6 - https://www.fao.org/uploads/me...or_food_and_agriculture_02.pdf
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Plant Production and Protection Division: Site-specific nutrient management in Chinese paddy field benefits soil biota and improves rice yield english français Accueil de la FAO Division de la production végétale et de la protection des plantes Plan thématique du site Ressources en information Nouvelles, événements, bulletins Mots clés Contacts NSP - Site-specific nutrient management in Chinese paddy field benefits soil biota and improves rice yield   Site-specific nutrient management in Chinese paddy field benefits soil biota and improves rice yield A case study from China - Zhejiang Province Problem to be solved : To reduce fertiliser application and increase biodiversity and rice yield Heavy fertilizer application is one of the principal causes of biodiversity loss in soil ecosystems. (...) SSNM aims at dynamic field-specific management of N, P, and K fertilizer to optimize the balance between supply and demand of nutrients. (...) Relevance to the Programme of Work on agricultural Biological Diversity: The site-specific nutrient management was evaluated in about 200 irrigated rice farms in Asia.
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Score: 1297091.8 - https://www.fao.org/agricultur...ta-and-improves-rice-yield/fr/
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Site-specific nutrient management in Chinese paddy field benefits soil biota and improves rice yield Site-specific nutrient management in Chinese paddy field benefits soil biota and improves rice yield A case study from China - Zhejiang Province Problem to be solved : To reduce fertiliser application and increase biodiversity and rice yield Heavy fertilizer application is one of the principal causes of biodiversity loss in soil ecosystems. (...) SSNM aims at dynamic field-specific management of N, P, and K fertilizer to optimize the balance between supply and demand of nutrients. (...) Relevance to the Programme of Work on agricultural Biological Diversity: The site-specific nutrient management was evaluated in about 200 irrigated rice farms in Asia.
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Score: 1290671.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...oadable_files/China_Site_b.doc
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The amount of a specific nutrient in a specific kind of food is variable, and the task is essentially one of summarizing the potentially variable data, i.e., the statistical distribution of the values. (...) The third level of checks calculates the nutrient content of specific meals, diets, or both and compares the results to known values. (...) Multiple data points representing a single nutrient in a food must be combined into specific data entries.
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Score: 1275657.9 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ood_Composition_Data_Bases.pdf
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The amount of a specific nutrient in a specific kind of food is variable, and the task is essentially one of summarizing the potentially variable data, i.e., the statistical distribution of the values. (...) The third level of checks calculates the nutrient content of specific meals, diets, or both and compares the results to known values. (...) Multiple data points representing a single nutrient in a food must be combined into specific data entries.
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Score: 1275657.9 - https://www.fao.org/uploads/me..._Composition_Data_Bases_02.pdf
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Objective Understand the importance of soil structure and soil organic matter for regulating water retention and infiltration; provide an overview of the main threats related to salt-affected soils such as nutrient imbalance and soil compaction; illustrate proper sustainable management practices that can contribute to reduce and prevent  the negative impacts of salinity on soil properties. (...) Field exercises                     SOM: colour    Soil salinity (NA)          Soil pH                    Roots                  Infiltration Evaluation and recommended practices   Agenda | Guidelines (with recommended practices)/Tutorial      Implemented by: Kazakhstan Topic Soil for nutrition Objective Emphasize the role of soil nutrients and soil structural components for agricultural production, food security and nutrition; identify the best soil conditions that optimize plant nutrients uptake; provide recommendations on the sustainable nutrients management. (...) What is soil pH?         How to manage soil nutrients? Field exercises                    Texture            Agg. stability              Soil pH              SOM: colour              Roots         Nutrient availability Evaluation and recommended practices   Agenda | Guidelines (with recommended practices)/Tutorial                  Implemented by:  Topic Soil fertility Objective Recognize the role and importance of soil structural, chemical and biological properties for plant growth, ensuring crop production in many agricultural environments; identify the best soil conditions that optimize nutrients availability, thus,  limiting the use of fertilizers; provide recommendations on sustainable nutrients management.
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Score: 1227963.7 - https://www.fao.org/global-soi...ucational-material/modules/es/
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Objective Understand the importance of soil structure and soil organic matter for regulating water retention and infiltration; provide an overview of the main threats related to salt-affected soils such as nutrient imbalance and soil compaction; illustrate proper sustainable management practices that can contribute to reduce and prevent  the negative impacts of salinity on soil properties. (...) Field exercises                     SOM: colour    Soil salinity (NA)          Soil pH                    Roots                  Infiltration Evaluation and recommended practices   Agenda | Guidelines (with recommended practices)/Tutorial      Implemented by: Kazakhstan Topic Soil for nutrition Objective Emphasize the role of soil nutrients and soil structural components for agricultural production, food security and nutrition; identify the best soil conditions that optimize plant nutrients uptake; provide recommendations on the sustainable nutrients management. (...) What is soil pH?         How to manage soil nutrients? Field exercises                    Texture            Agg. stability              Soil pH              SOM: colour              Roots         Nutrient availability Evaluation and recommended practices   Agenda | Guidelines (with recommended practices)/Tutorial                  Implemented by:  Topic Soil fertility Objective Recognize the role and importance of soil structural, chemical and biological properties for plant growth, ensuring crop production in many agricultural environments; identify the best soil conditions that optimize nutrients availability, thus,  limiting the use of fertilizers; provide recommendations on sustainable nutrients management.
Language:English
Score: 1227963.7 - https://www.fao.org/global-soi...ucational-material/modules/fr/
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Objective Understand the importance of soil structure and soil organic matter for regulating water retention and infiltration; provide an overview of the main threats related to salt-affected soils such as nutrient imbalance and soil compaction; illustrate proper sustainable management practices that can contribute to reduce and prevent  the negative impacts of salinity on soil properties. (...) Field exercises                     SOM: colour    Soil salinity (NA)          Soil pH                    Roots                  Infiltration Evaluation and recommended practices   Agenda | Guidelines (with recommended practices)/Tutorial      Implemented by: Kazakhstan Topic Soil for nutrition Objective Emphasize the role of soil nutrients and soil structural components for agricultural production, food security and nutrition; identify the best soil conditions that optimize plant nutrients uptake; provide recommendations on the sustainable nutrients management. (...) What is soil pH?         How to manage soil nutrients? Field exercises                    Texture            Agg. stability              Soil pH              SOM: colour              Roots         Nutrient availability Evaluation and recommended practices   Agenda | Guidelines (with recommended practices)/Tutorial                  Implemented by:  Topic Soil fertility Objective Recognize the role and importance of soil structural, chemical and biological properties for plant growth, ensuring crop production in many agricultural environments; identify the best soil conditions that optimize nutrients availability, thus,  limiting the use of fertilizers; provide recommendations on sustainable nutrients management.
Language:English
Score: 1227963.7 - https://www.fao.org/global-soi...ucational-material/modules/ar/
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Objective Understand the importance of soil structure and soil organic matter for regulating water retention and infiltration; provide an overview of the main threats related to salt-affected soils such as nutrient imbalance and soil compaction; illustrate proper sustainable management practices that can contribute to reduce and prevent  the negative impacts of salinity on soil properties. (...) Field exercises                     SOM: colour    Soil salinity (NA)          Soil pH                    Roots                  Infiltration Evaluation and recommended practices   Agenda | Guidelines (with recommended practices)/Tutorial      Implemented by: Kazakhstan Topic Soil for nutrition Objective Emphasize the role of soil nutrients and soil structural components for agricultural production, food security and nutrition; identify the best soil conditions that optimize plant nutrients uptake; provide recommendations on the sustainable nutrients management. (...) What is soil pH?         How to manage soil nutrients? Field exercises                    Texture            Agg. stability              Soil pH              SOM: colour              Roots         Nutrient availability Evaluation and recommended practices   Agenda | Guidelines (with recommended practices)/Tutorial                  Implemented by:  Topic Soil fertility Objective Recognize the role and importance of soil structural, chemical and biological properties for plant growth, ensuring crop production in many agricultural environments; identify the best soil conditions that optimize nutrients availability, thus,  limiting the use of fertilizers; provide recommendations on sustainable nutrients management.
Language:English
Score: 1227963.7 - https://www.fao.org/global-soi...ucational-material/modules/ru/
Data Source: un