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Response of maize to fritted trace elements



Response of maize to fritted trace elements



Annals of the Fifteenth Brazilian Congress of Soil Science: 273-275



On a red-yellow latosol, fritted trace elements (FTE) significantly increased maize yields, the highest yield of 3531 kg/ha being obtained with 40 kg/ha FTE.

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