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Effect of vegetation on the leaching of some mineral nutrients from waterlogged paddy soils



Effect of vegetation on the leaching of some mineral nutrients from waterlogged paddy soils



Journal of the Science of Soil and Manure, Japan 45(8): 361-367



Data from pot experiments showed that the amounts of P and K leached from planted paddy soils were less than those from unplanted soils, but that the leaching of Fe, Mn, Ca and Mg was greater from unplanted soils.

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