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PROFILE
UPM's Staff Profile
DR. LATIFAH BINTI OMAR
KETUA LABORATORI
INSTITUT EKOSAINS BORNEO
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PROFESSIONAL

NAME :
(Dr.) Latifah Binti Omar
POSITION :
Ketua Laboratori
ENTITY :
Institut Ekosains Borneo

PUBLICATION
2022:
Soil Nutrient Retention and pH Buffering Capacity Are Enhanced by Calciprill and Sodium Silicate
2021:
Rice Husk Compost Production and Use in Mitigating Ammonia Volatilization from Urea
2021:
Co-application of Charcoal and Wood Ash to Improve Potassium Availability in Tropical Mineral Acid Soils
2021:
Combined Use of Charcoal, Sago Bark Ash, and Urea Mitigate Soil Acidity and Aluminium Toxicity
2021:
Soil nitrogen sorption using charcoal and wood ash
2021:
Water Table Fluctuation and Methane Emission in Pineapples (Ananas Comosus (L.) Merr.) Cultivated on a Tropical Peatland
2021:
Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium Adsorption and Desorption Improvement and Soil Buffering Capacity Using Clinoptilolite Zeolite
2021:
Optimisation of Charcoal and Sago (Metroxylon sagu) Bark Ash to Improve Phosphorus Availability in Acid Soils
2021:
Charcoal and sago bark ash on pH buffering capacity and phosphorus leaching
2021:
Acid Soils Nitrogen Leaching and Buffering Capacity Mitigation using Charcoal and Sago Bark Ash
2021:
Mitigating Potassium Leaching from Muriate of Potash in a tropical peat soil using Clinoptilolite Zeolite, Forest Litter Compost, and Chicken Litter Biochar
2021:
Combined use of Calciprill and sodium silicate improves low pH soil chemical properties
2021:
Nitrous Oxide Emissions in Pineapple Cultivation on a Tropical Peat Soil
2021:
Amending Potassic Fertilizer with Charcoal and Sago (Metroxylon sagu) Bark Ash to Improve Potassium Availability in a Tropical Acid Soil
2021:
Transformation in Soils Following Co-Application of Charcoal and Wood Ash
2020:
Soil Nitrogen Fractions, Nitrogen Use Efficiency and Yield of Zea mays L. Grown on a Tropical Acid Soil Treated with Composts and Clinoptilolite Zeolite
2020:
Adsorption and Desorption of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium, and Soil Buļ¬€ering Capacity Following Application of Chicken Litter Biochar to an Acid Soil