Cynthia A. Grant mainly focuses on Agronomy, Fertilizer, Soil water, Cadmium and Tillage. Her Agronomy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Soil classification and Loam. The Fertilizer study combines topics in areas such as Canola, Field experiment, Leaching and Chernozem.
Her Soil water research focuses on subjects like Environmental chemistry, which are linked to Urease. Her research integrates issues of No-till farming, Crop residue and Water content in her study of Tillage. Her Crop yield study incorporates themes from Cropping system and Growing season.
Her primary areas of study are Agronomy, Fertilizer, Soil water, Canola and Tillage. Cynthia A. Grant undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Agronomy and Cadmium through her works. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Soil classification, Loam, Leaching and Human fertilization.
While the research belongs to areas of Canola, Cynthia A. Grant spends her time largely on the problem of Green manure, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Hordeum vulgare and Crop rotation. The various areas that Cynthia A. Grant examines in her Tillage study include Coated urea and Chernozem. Her research in Crop yield intersects with topics in Nutrient management and Dry matter.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Agronomy, Canola, Fertilizer, Soil water and Crop. Her study ties her expertise on No-till farming together with the subject of Agronomy. Her Canola study also includes fields such as
Her studies deal with areas such as Yield, Grain yield, China, Loam and Tillage as well as Fertilizer. When carried out as part of a general Soil water research project, her work on Soil pH, Soil fertility and Soil test is frequently linked to work in Organic matter, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Her research investigates the link between Human fertilization and topics such as Shoot that cross with problems in Growing season and Dry matter.
Cynthia A. Grant spends much of her time researching Agronomy, Canola, Soil water, Fertilizer and Green manure. Cynthia A. Grant combines subjects such as Soil classification and Soil fertility with her study of Agronomy. Her work carried out in the field of Soil water brings together such families of science as Environmental chemistry and Ammonium sulfate.
Cynthia A. Grant focuses mostly in the field of Fertilizer, narrowing it down to matters related to Hordeum vulgare and, in some cases, Brassica and Sativum. Her work deals with themes such as Legume, Field pea, Crop, Crop rotation and Crop yield, which intersect with Green manure. Cynthia A. Grant has included themes like No-till farming and Plant nutrition in her Crop rotation study.
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Selection and breeding of plant cultivars to minimize cadmium accumulation.
C.A. Grant;J.M. Clarke;S. Duguid;R.L. Chaney.
Science of The Total Environment (2008)
The importance of early season phosphorus nutrition
C. A. Grant;D. N. Flaten;D. J. Tomasiewicz;S. C. Sheppard.
Canadian Journal of Plant Science (2001)
CADMIUM ACCUMULATION IN CROPS
C. A. Grant;W. T. Buckley;L. D. Bailey;F. Selles.
Canadian Journal of Plant Science (1998)
Differential response of weed species to added nitrogen
Robert E. Blackshaw;Randall N. Brandt;H. Henry Janzen;Toby Entz.
Weed Science (2003)
Soil and fertilizer phosphorus: Effects on plant P supply and mycorrhizal development
Cynthia Grant;Shabtai Bittman;Marcia Montreal;Christian Plenchette.
Canadian Journal of Plant Science (2005)
Nitrogen fertilization management for no-till cereal production in the Canadian Great Plains: a review
S.S. Malhi;C.A. Grant;A.M. Johnston;K.S. Gill.
Soil & Tillage Research (2001)
Fertility management in canola production
C. A. Grant;L. D. Bailey.
Canadian Journal of Plant Science (1993)
Cadmium and zinc in soil solution extracts following the application of phosphate fertilizers.
Raphaël Lambert;Cynthia Grant;Sébastien Sauvé.
Science of The Total Environment (2007)
REVIEW OF THE USE OF SWINE MANURE IN CROP PRODUCTION: EFFECTS ON YIELD AND COMPOSITION AND ON SOIL AND WATER QUALITY
M. Choudhary;L.D. Bailey;C.A. Grant.
Waste Management & Research (1996)
Nutrient Considerations for Diversified Cropping Systems in the Northern Great Plains
Cynthia A. Grant;Gary A. Peterson;Constantine A. Campbell.
Agronomy Journal (2002)
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