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Effect on soil and plant mineral levels following application of manures of different copper contents



Effect on soil and plant mineral levels following application of manures of different copper contents



Plant and Soil 45(1): 151-162



Manure from finishing pigs (fed diets with or without a growth stimulating level of added copper) was applied to a silt loam between rows when corn was about 10 cm tall and worked into the surface 10 cm of the soil with a rotary tiller. The copper content of the manure was 73 ppm for control manure and 1719 ppm for high copper manure. The copper content in the upper 10 cm of the soil was significantly increased each year when high copper manure was applied.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00011137


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