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Studies on phosphorus in Malaysian soils II - retention of added soluble P



Studies on phosphorus in Malaysian soils II - retention of added soluble P



Malaysian Applied Biology 7(2): 139-142



Surface soil (0-15 cm) samples from eighteen soils belonging to the main soil orders in West Malaysia were incubated with a solution of KH2PO4 containing 400 ppm P. The retention capacities of the soils were in the sequence Inceptisols (70%) > Oxisols (56%) > Entisols (42%) > Ultisols (32%). The high retention of P by Inceptisols could be explained on the basis of higher clay content and extractable Al which correlated significantly (p < 0.01) with P-retention capacity of soils.

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