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Assessment of field techniques for evaluating phosphatic fertilizers in grazed hill country



Assessment of field techniques for evaluating phosphatic fertilizers in grazed hill country



Proceedings 20th Technical Conference of New Zealand Fertiliser Manufacturers' Research Association Volume I: 181-191



Comparisons of phosphate sources in grazed hill country has invariably been made using cutting trials on relatively level sites with partial or complete return of the cuttings. The response to phosphate is however affected by slope and aspect and also by the grazing animal transferring phosphate to dung.

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