Feeding a Hungry World: The Triumph of Synthetic Fertilizers (hdl:20.500.13038/FK2/SZJDUN)

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Feeding a Hungry World: The Triumph of Synthetic Fertilizers

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hdl:20.500.13038/FK2/SZJDUN

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Dataverse

Date of Distribution:

2021-10-27

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1

Bibliographic Citation:

Hager, Thomas., 2021, "Feeding a Hungry World: The Triumph of Synthetic Fertilizers", https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.13038/FK2/SZJDUN, Dataverse, V1

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Citation

Title:

Feeding a Hungry World: The Triumph of Synthetic Fertilizers

Identification Number:

hdl:20.500.13038/FK2/SZJDUN

Authoring Entity:

Hager, Thomas. (International Fertilizer Development Center)

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Dataverse

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International Fertilizer Development Center

Date of Deposit:

2010-01-01

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https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.13038/FK2/SZJDUN

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Keywords:

Agricultural Sciences, Synthetic Products

Abstract:

<strong>Library Notes:</strong><br>This publication is part of a lecture series. The Travis P. Hignett Memorial Lecture Series was initiated during 1994 by IFDC to honor a distinguished chemist, chemical technologist and developer, author, and administrator. Mr. Hignett (1907-89) received global recognition for his many accomplishments in the fertilizer world over a period of some 50 years. After a 35-year career with the Tennessee Valley Authority, Hignett served as a special consultant at IFDC for more than a decade. Often referred to as the “Father of Fertilizer Technology,” Hignett held 15 patents and was the author of approximately 150 publications. He received a number of awards, including the Francis New Memorial Medal from the Fertiliser Society of London in 1969. This lecture series is being sponsored by the Hignett Memorial Fund, which was established in 1987 to honor Mr. Hignett.<br>

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Library Notes: This publication is part of a lecture series. The Travis P. Hignett Memorial Lecture Series was initiated during 1994 by IFDC to honor a distinguished chemist, chemical technologist and developer, author, and administrator. Mr. Hignett (1907-89) received global recognition for his many accomplishments in the fertilizer world over a period of some 50 years. After a 35-year career with the Tennessee Valley Authority, Hignett served as a special consultant at IFDC for more than a decade. Often referred to as the “Father of Fertilizer Technology,” Hignett held 15 patents and was the author of approximately 150 publications. He received a number of awards, including the Francis New Memorial Medal from the Fertiliser Society of London in 1969. This lecture series is being sponsored by the Hignett Memorial Fund, which was established in 1987 to honor Mr. Hignett..

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