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Effect of quantity of lime and its depth of incorporation on growth and yield of potato in an acid soil


, : Effect of quantity of lime and its depth of incorporation on growth and yield of potato in an acid soil. Research for the potato in the year 2000: 164-165

Data from a trial on a Typic Paleudult (pH 4.5, 66% Al saturation of the CEC) showed that incorporation of lime to a depth of 30 cm in an amount equivalent to the exchangeable Al content of this soil layer was more effective than shallower incorporation (10-5 or 0-15 cm) of coresponding amounts of lime equivalent to the exchangeable Al content or twice the exchangeable Al content of those soil layers.


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