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FAO Trade Yearbook 2001. The FAO Trade Yearbook presents a compilation of statistical data on basic food and agricultural products for all countries and territories of the world.

FAO Trade Yearbook 2001. Author: FAO. Publication date: March 2004. The Yearbook includes commodity trade tables (imports and exports, quantity and value) for the years 1999-2001.

Fishery Statistics: Commodities, 2001 FAO Yearbook of Fishery Statistics Vo. 3. Fishery statistics: Aquaculture production, 2001 FAO Yearbook of Fishery Statistics Vo. 2/2. Fishery statistics: Capture production, 2001 FAO Yearbook of Fishery Statistics Vo. 2/1.

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Specialty fertilizers provide other nutrients or are manufactured to have properties such as slow release of. .

Specialty fertilizers provide other nutrients or are manufactured to have properties such as slow release of nutrients. Organic fertilizers have properties that allow them to be listed legally as organic materials. Organic fertilizers (which include the so-called green fertilizers such as cover crops and plant composts, and liquid and solid animal waste) generally have higher δ15N values and a much wider range of compositions (generally +2 to +30‰) than inorganic fertilizers because of their more diverse origins. Note that the δ15N of nitrate in fertilized soils may not be the same as the fertilizer.

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the Organization for Economic Co.Data on national consumption of mineral and organic fertilizers are published in annual statistical yearbooks in several countries.

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the Organization for Economic Co-­operation and Development (OECD) and the European Union Statistical Office (Eurostat) collect data on the use of mineral fertilizers (see references). The European Environment Agency (EEA) has developed the indicator Fertilizer consumption. FAO Member States report data to the FAOSTAT database.

Most of the statistics presented in the Yearbook are extracted from more detailed, specialized databases prepared by the Statistics Division and by many other international statistical services.

Fertilizers supply plants with nutrients that are essential for growth. Predictions of a global food crisis - that the world’s food production would not be able to keep pace with population growth - have a long history

Fertilizers supply plants with nutrients that are essential for growth. Predictions of a global food crisis - that the world’s food production would not be able to keep pace with population growth - have a long history.

FAO Yearbook: Fishery Statistics books. FAO uario 2001: Fishery Statistics: Capture ues Des Peches: s De Pesca. FAO Yearbook of Fishery and Aquaculture Statistics 2008 (Yearbook of Fishery Statistics/Annuaire Statistique Des Peches/Anuario Estadistico De Pesca) Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO, 2010 . FAO uario 2001: Fishery Statistics: Capture ues Des Peches: s De Pesca: Capturas Bernan Press (Creator) Bernan Press, 2003.

The FAO Statistical Yearbook provides a selection of indicators on food and agriculture by country. The Yearbook covers a wide spectrum of statistics and indicators belonging to several thematic topics. The data are drawn from FAOSTAT, the Organization’s corporate statistical database, as well as several FAO divisions and other sources within the UN system. It serves as a reference guide to economists, policy-makers and analysts.

Fao Statistical Yearbook 2004 book. The "FAO Statistical Yearbook" consolidates and replaces four FAO publications: the FAO Bulletin of Statistics and the FAO Production, Trade, and Fertilizer Yearbooks. This streamlining prepares the ground for further enhancements and changes in form, content, and delivery of statistical outputs planned for future years.

A compilation of statistical data relating to chemical fertilizer products for countries and territories of the world. The yearbook includes data series on production, trade and consumption for the years 1989/90 to 2000/01 together with data on prices for the years 1991/92 to 2000/01.
Fertilizer Yearbook 2001 (Fao Statistics) download epub
Mathematics
Author: Not Available
ISBN: 9250048483
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org; Revised edition (February 1, 2003)
Pages: 268 pages