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The effect of some soil properties and the rate of NPK fertilization on the uptake of cobalt by plants. Part I. Results of investigations on the relationship between the cobalt content in soils and plants



The effect of some soil properties and the rate of NPK fertilization on the uptake of cobalt by plants. Part I. Results of investigations on the relationship between the cobalt content in soils and plants



Acta Agraria et Silvestria, Agraria 20: 57-80



Co contents were determined in 66 samples of red clover herbage and 85 samples of meadow herbage, 40 dominated by cocksfoot and 45 by Alopecurus pratensis and their underlying soils from various regions in S. Poland. Herbage samples were taken immediately before the 1st cut and the soil samples were from the 0- to 20-cm layer. The Co content of red clover herbage ranged from 0.04 to 0.26 p.p.m. while that of the other samples of meadow herbage ranged from 0.03 to 0.24 p.p.m.

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