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Effect of zeolitic tuff on the yield of red clover grown in pots on sandy soils and on sols lessives



Effect of zeolitic tuff on the yield of red clover grown in pots on sandy soils and on sols lessives



Analele Institutului de Cercetari Pentru Pedologie si Agrochimie 42: 129-135



In pot experiments the sandy material of the top horizon of a Psammosol and the loamy material of a lessive soil were fertilized with tuff (available K-624 mg/100 g of soil). N and P were also applied.

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