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Studies on composts and fertilization in pot-plant culture. II. Movement of fertilizer nutrients through pots containing different composts and fertilizers


Technical Bulletin of the Faculty of Horticulture, Chiba University (22): 25-32
Studies on composts and fertilization in pot-plant culture. II. Movement of fertilizer nutrients through pots containing different composts and fertilizers
Data are presented on rates of N, P and K leaching in composts based on paddy loam soil, volcanic ash soil and a sand, and containing additions of leaf mould or peat moss.

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