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Comparative phosphorus requirements of Trifolium balansae and T. subterraneum measured at the same plant density



Comparative phosphorus requirements of Trifolium balansae and T. subterraneum measured at the same plant density



Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 33(3): 307-318



The P requirements of Trifolium balansae and T. subterraneum were compared in 2 glasshouse pot experiments and 3 field experiments in SW Australia. As estimated from the amount of P required to produce 90% of maximum yield, 4 comparisons of P requirement were made in the pot experiments. The 2 species had similar P requirements in 2 comparisons, and T. balansae required 40% more, and 50% less, P than T. subterraneum on the other 2 occasions.

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