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Differential responses of five species to phosphorus and zinc fertilizers



Differential responses of five species to phosphorus and zinc fertilizers



Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 15(4): 437-447



The influence of a factorial combination of P (0 and 120 ppm) and Zn (0 and 16 ppm) treatments on growth of corn, flax, navy beans, soybeans and wheat was studied on a Calciaquoll (pH 8.1) under greenhouse conditions. All crops responded to P and all, except wheat, responded to Zn; the P x Zn interactions were significant, except for wheat. Flax and navy beans showed the largest responses to added Zn and also differed from the other species in that added P without Zn decreased yields.

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DOI: 10.1080/00103628409367486



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