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Role of mineral elements in soils and crops in Finland 1. Relationship of mineral elements between Finnish soils and plants



Role of mineral elements in soils and crops in Finland 1. Relationship of mineral elements between Finnish soils and plants



Phosphorus in Agriculture 34(77): 9-11



Results of studies of the mineral element relationships between timothy hays and associated soils sampled throughout Finland, are presented. All elements showed wide variations in levels in both soils and plants. The correlations between the levels of extractable minerals in the soils and their uptake by the grass were generally low and varied between elements and soil types. The highest correlation coeff. were c. 0.5.

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