Raising plants (references)

References for fertilizer articles

(A1) Albala, Ken. Food: A Cultural Culinary History [lectures]. The Great Courses. The Teaching Company.

(A2) Amaranthus, Mike and Bruce Allyn. June 11, 2013. “Healthy Soil Microbes, Healthy People.” The Atlantic. Accessed June 12, 2013 at http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2013/06/healthy-soil-microbes-healthy-people/276710/.

(B1) Brandt, K., C. Leifert, R. Sanderson, and C.J. Seal. 2011. “Agroecosystem management and nutritional quality of plant foods: The case of organic fruits and vegetables.” Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences. 30:1-2:177-197, DOI: 10.1080/07352689.2011.554417.

(C1) Clifton, Vicki L, Nicolette A Hodyl, Paul A Fogarty, David J Torpy, Rachel Roberts, Ted Nettelbeck, Gary Ma, and Basil Hetzel. 2013. “The impact of iodine supplementation and bread fortification on urinary iodine concentrations in a mildly iodine deficient population of pregnant women in South Australia.” Nutrition Journal. 12(1):32 DOI: 10.1186/1475-2891-12-32.

(C2) Conniff, Richard. September 2013. “Enlisting bacteria and fungi from the soil to support crop plants is a promising alternative to the heavy use of fertilizer and pesticides.” Scientific American. Pages 76-79.

(C3) Charles, Dan. July 11, 2014. “Are Organic Vegetables More Nutritious After All?” The Salt. National Public Radio.

(D1) Davis, Donald R, Melvin D. Ep, and Hugh D. Riordan. 2004. “Changes in USDA Food Composition Data for 43 Garden Crops, 1950 to 1999.” Journal of American College of Nutrition. 23(6):669-682.

(D2) Davis, Donald R. February 2009. “Declining Fruit and Vegetable Nutrient Composition: What is the Evidence?” Horticultural Science. 44(1):15-19.

(D3) Dangour, Alan D, Sakhi K. Dodhia, Arabella Hayter, Elizabeth Allen, Karen Lock, and Ricardo Uauy. 2009. “Nutritional quality of organic foods: a systematic review.” American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. DOI: 10.3945/ajcn.2009.28041.

(D4) Dik├Âtter, Frank. 2010. Mao's Great Famine. Walker & Company: NY, NY.

(D5) Deng, Shiping [soil biochemist at Oklahoma State University]. October 23, 2009. “Fertilizer Interaction with Soil Organisms.” SunUpTV. Accessed November 11, 2014 at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vas0mO4JnTE.

(E1) The Economist. October 8, 2009. “A no-brainer.”

(E2) The Economist. July 6, 2013. “Beans' talk.” Page 75.

(F1) Fan, Ming-Sheng, Fang-Jie Zhao, Susan J. Fairweather-Tait, Paul R. Poulton, Sarah J. Dunham, and Steve P. McGrath. 2008. “Evidence of decreasing mineral density in wheat grain over the last 160 years.” Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology. 22:315-324. DOI: 10.1016/j.jtemb.2008.07.002.

(G1) Germ, Mateja, Vekoslava Stibilj, and Ivan Kreft. 2007. “Metabolic Importance of Selenium for Plants.” The European Journal of Plant Science and Biotechnology.

(H1) Harl, Kenneth W. 2014. “The Han Emperors and Xiongnu at War.” The Barbarian Empires of the Steppes. The Great Courses. The Teaching Company.

(H2) Hager, Thomas. 2013. The Alchemy of Air. Broadway Books: NY, NY.

(H3) Homer. The Odyssey. Book XVII: Argument.

(H4) Huggins, David R. and John P. Reganold. July 2008. “No-Till: How Farmers Are Saving the Soil by Parking Their Plows.” Scientific American. Pages 68-77.

(I1) Intelligence2 Debates. April 13, 2010. “Organic Food Is Marketing Hype.”

Accessed October 1, 2014 at http://intelligencesquaredus.org/debates/past-debates/item/578-organic-food-is-marketing-hype.

(K1) Kids World—Plant Nutrition. Plant Nutrients [web page]. North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services. Accessed March 15, 2014 at http://www..ncagr.gov/cyber/kidswrld/plant/nutrient.htm

(L1) Leigh, G. J. 2004. The World’s Greatest Fix: A History of Nitrogen and Agriculture. Oxford University Press: NY, NY.

Logan, William Bryant. 1995. Dirt: The Ecstatic Skin of the Earth. Riverbead Books: NY, NY.

(N1) North Dakota State University. June 23, 2011. “Iron Deficiency Chlorosis in Soybean.” Crop & Pest Report. Accessed September 19, 2013 at http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/cpr/plant-science/iron-deficiency-chlorosis-in-soybean-6-23-11.

(N2) National Resource Conservation Service. December 4, 2008. Soil Erosion Enhancement Activity – SOE01 - Continuous No Till with High Residue. Enhancement Activity Sheet. Accessed March 10, 2014 at http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/nrcs143_007689.pdf.

(N3) Norwood, F. Bailey, Michelle Calvo, Sarah Lancaster, and Oltenacu Pascal. 2014. Agricultural Controversies: What Everyone Needs To Know. Oxford Publishing: NY, NY.

(P1) Pollan, Michael. December 23, 2013. “The Intelligent Plant.” The New Yorker. http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2013/12/23/131223fa_fact_pollan?currentPage=all.

(R1) Rebagliato, M., M. Murcia, M. Alvarez-Pedrerol, M. Espada, A. Fernandez-Somoano, N. Lertxundi, E.-M. Navarrete-Munoz, J. Forns, A. Aranbarri, S. Llop, J. Julvez, A. Tardon, F. Ballester. 2013. “Iodine Supplementation During Pregnancy and Infant Neuropsychological Development: INMA Mother and Child Cohort Study.” American Journal of Epidemiology. 177(9):944. DOI: 10.1093/aje/kws333

(R2) Reinagel, Monica. 2011. Nutrition Diva’s Secrets for a Healthy Diet. St. Martin’s Press: NY, NY. Location 1263 in Kindle version.

(R3) Raun, William and Hailing Zhang. 2013. Data made available through personal communication. Both are plant scientists at Oklahoma State University.

(S1) Schnore, Jonathan. April 15, 2013. Personal Communication. Graduate Student. Department of Crop and Soil Sciences. Washington State University.

(S2) Schlegel, Alan. May 3, 2013. Personal Communication. Agronomist-in-Charge. Soil Management. Southwest Research-Extension Center of Kansas State University. Tribune, Kansas.

(S3) Seung Ho Chung, Cristina Rosa, Erin D. Scully, Michelle Peiffer, John F. Tooker, Kelli Hoover, Dawn S. Luthe, and Gary W. Felton. September 9, 2013 “Herbivore exploits orally secreted bacteria to suppress plant defenses.” PNAS. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1308867110

(S4) Scholes, Mary C. and Robert J. Scholes. November 1, 2013. Science. 342:565-566.

Zhang, Hailin. 2013. Personal communication. Department of Plant and Soil Science. College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. Oklahoma State University.

(T1) TWAS, the academy of sciences for the developing world. October 6, 2013. “Salt-tolerant bacteria improve crop yields.” ScienceDaily. Accessed March 6, 2014 at www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/10/131006142707.htm.

(W1) Winter, Carl K. and Sarah F. Davis. 2006. “Organic Foods.” Journal of Food Science. 71(9). DOI: 10.1111/j.1750-3841.2006.00196.x

(W2) Williams, Alwyn, Gunnar Borjesson, Katarina Hedlund. 2013. “The effects of 55 years of different inorganic fertiliser regimes on soil properties and microbial community composition.” Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 67:41-46.

(W3) White, Jeffrey G. and Robert J. Zasoski. 1999. “Mapping soil micronutrients.” Field Crops Research. 60:11-26.

(W4) University of Wisconsin. January 11, 1999. Essential Elements for Plant Growth. Accessed May 10, 2014 at http://soils.wisc.edu/facstaff/barak/soilscience326/macronut.htm.