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Effect of carbonate and clay content on the Q/I relationship of P in soil


, : Effect of carbonate and clay content on the Q/I relationship of P in soil. Anales de Edafologia y Agrobiologia 40(3/4): 573-587

The Q/I ratio of P in alluvial and non-alluvial soils from Zaragoza, Spain, increased with increasing clay content of the soil.

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