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Results of two long-term potassium fertilizing experiments in the north Bavarian loess region. Part 2. Change in the K reserves of the soil with and without K-fertilizing

Results of two long-term potassium fertilizing experiments in the north Bavarian loess region. Part 2. Change in the K reserves of the soil with and without K-fertilizing

Landwirtschaftliche Forschung, Sonderheft 38: 178-186

In two long-term (9- and 27-year) K fertilizing experiments on loess parabraunerde, discontinuance of K fertilizing greatly decreased the exchangeable K content of the soil during the first 8-10 years. A decrease in native non-exchangeable K occurred following a marked decrease in exchangeable K. At a high rate of K fertilizing little decrease in non-exchangeable K was discernible.

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