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Corn and soybeans respond to sulphur in Virginia



Corn and soybeans respond to sulphur in Virginia



Sulphur in Agriculture 4: 7-11



Between 1977 and 1979 a total of 34 S experiments were conducted with maize Pioneer Brand 3369A and soyabeans Essex. Both responded to S application in Coastal Plain soils that were well-drained, low in OM and with extractable soil S levels < 6-7 kg/ha. Maize also responded in finer textured soils where the extractable S was > 15 kg/ha. Yield responses to application of S generally occurred when S levels in the maize leaf were < 0.15%.

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