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Response of some crops to phosphatic fertilizer in a soil fertilized at different levels



Response of some crops to phosphatic fertilizer in a soil fertilized at different levels



Comptes Rendus des Seances de l' Academie d' Agriculture de France 62(10): 724-734



In a field trial using plots with 50-150 p.p.m. available soil P2O5, P2O5 was applied (as 25% superphosphate) at 35, 70 or 140 kg/ha in 1968-71 and at 40, 80 or 160 kg/ha since 1972. In 1969 wheat did not respond to P on plots with 130 p.p.m. available P2O5, but responded markedly at <77 p.p.m.

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