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Cobalt content in different plant species as affected by available cobalt status of Haryana soils



Cobalt content in different plant species as affected by available cobalt status of Haryana soils



Haryana Agricultural University Journal of Research 6(1): 12-16



Samples of wheat plants at the pre-flowering stage and berseem after the 2nd cut were taken from crops grown in different agroclimatic zones in Haryana. Co content in berseem ranged from 1.250 to 3.906 p.p.m. (av. 1.931 p.p.m.) and in wheat ranged from 0.188 to 1.938 p.p.m. (av. 0.811 p.p.m.) Co content was above the critical level for animal health; Co and P contents were not related.

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