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Relationships between the soil exchangeable K and the growth responses of vegetable seedlings to K fertilizer in different growing seasons



Relationships between the soil exchangeable K and the growth responses of vegetable seedlings to K fertilizer in different growing seasons



Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 48(3): 295-300



Radishes, turnips, spinach, lettuces, carrots and cucumbers were grown in large (1/5000 are) pots in soil containing 4 different levels (75-343 p.p.m.) of exchangeable K with 2 levels of K application (0 and 1 g K2SO4 per pot) in summer and winter. In both seasons K application increased the fresh weight of spinach and turnip seedlings in soils containing 75 and 161 p.p.m. exchangeable K, but not in soils containing 254 or 343 p.p.m.

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