Crop Vitality Helps Publish Citrus Tree Nutrition Book
TKI Crop Vitality is pleased to announce its sponsorship of a brand new book, “The Critical Importance of Citrus Tree Nutrition.” Authored by citrus Extension agent Mongi Zekri, the book will debut at on August 17, 2016.
Dr. Zekri will be signing and distributing his book to growers at TKI Crop Vitality exhibit (booth 521).
Published by AgNet Media, “The Critical Importance of Citrus Tree Nutrition” is approximately 90 pages in softback cover. The book is comprised of a collection of 14 articles previously published in Citrus Industry magazine. Topics include details on nutrients essential to citrus production, how to increase efficiency and reduce the cost of nutritional programs, foliar fertilization and more.
As the Southwest Florida multi-county citrus Extension agent with the University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Zekri develops and implements educational programs and provides technical expertise to commercial citrus growers in all areas of citrus production. He is widely recognized for his extensive work in the Florida citrus industry and is a respected expert on the subject of nutrition to assist in the combat of citrus greening disease. He has published over 220 manuscripts in scientific and trade journals and is the recipient of more than 30 state, national and international awards.
Learn more at http://citrusexpo.net/new-book-to-debut-at-citrus-expo/.
About Tessenderlo Kerley, Inc.
With headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, Tessenderlo Kerley, Inc (TKI) supplies plant nutrition and crop protection products, as well as process chemicals and services to diverse markets worldwide. TKI operates 11 manufacturing plants in North America in addition to an extensive distribution network.
About Tessenderlo Group
Tessenderlo Group is a worldwide specialty company, focused on food, agriculture, water management and on valorizing bio-residuals. The group employs about 4,700 employees. Tessenderlo Chemie NV is listed on Euronext Brussels and is part of Next 150 and BEL Mid indices.