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Residual effects of high rates of limestone, P, K and Mg applications: evidence of induced Mn and Zn deficiency in oats



Residual effects of high rates of limestone, P, K and Mg applications: evidence of induced Mn and Zn deficiency in oats



Canadian Journal of Soil Science 60(4): 757-761



In a field plot study to examine the residual effects of heavy rates of coarse limestone (0, 11, 22 and 44 t/ha) in combination with P (560 kg/ha), K (1120 kg/ha), Mg (560 kg/ha) and PKMg (560 + 1120 + 560 kg/ha) applied five growing seasons previously, dry matter production of oats (grain and straw) decreased with increasing rate of limestone application. The decrease was attributed to lime-induced Mn and Zn deficiency.

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