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Response of Sonalika wheat to graded doses of phosphorus in acid soils of different available phosphorus status at Palampur



Response of Sonalika wheat to graded doses of phosphorus in acid soils of different available phosphorus status at Palampur



Fertilizer Technology 14(3): 235-239



In pot trials, dwarf wheat Sonalika grown in acid soil (pH 5.75-6.17) of low (8 kg/ha), medium (21) and high (37) available P contents was given 0-180 kg P2O5/ha in addition to 120 kg N + 60 kg K2O/ha to determine grain yield response to applied P and correlations between total P uptake at different growth stages and DM production and to predict the stage up to which P is needed most by wheat. The yield response to applied P was highest in the medium-P soil, followed by low-P and high-P soils.

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