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Balance of potassium in cotton-growing and rice-growing


, : Balance of potassium in cotton-growing and rice-growing. Khimizatsiya Sel' skogo Khozyaistva ( 5): 21-22

Levels of mineral and organic potassium fertilizers applied to cotton and rice in the Kzyl-Orda and Chimkent regions of Kazakhstan from 1985-89 are tabulated.

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