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A method for determining soil phosphate buffering capacity



A method for determining soil phosphate buffering capacity



Pochvoznanie i Agrokhimiya 18(3): 27-33



The proposed method is based on the use of intensity/capacity relationships of the form Q=aIb where Q is capacity, I is intensity and a and b are constants.

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