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Pyrite: an important source of sulphur for calcareous soils

, : Pyrite: an important source of sulphur for calcareous soils. Indian Farming 41(4): 6-7

The significance of pyrites as a source of S for calcareous soils is discussed. Results of trials showed that elemental S was the most effective in increasing yields of several crops on calcareous soils in Rajasthan. Pyrites were more effective than gypsum in increasing groundnut yields.

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