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Phosphate sorption characteristics and the use of sorption isotherms for evaluating the phosphate requirements of the oil palm on some acid soils



Phosphate sorption characteristics and the use of sorption isotherms for evaluating the phosphate requirements of the oil palm on some acid soils



Journal of the Nigerian Institute for Oil Palm Research 5(20): 37-47



Phosphorus adsorption studies were carried out on some soils supporting the oil palm. All the soils sorbed from little to moderately large amounts of phosphate. The phosphorus adsorption maxima as determined from linear plots of Langmuir adsorption equation ranged from 35.5-387 ppm P, the soils derived from Basement Complex Rocks having higher adsorption maxima than the acid sand soils.

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