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Effect of submergence on the transformation of zinc forms in old alluvial soils growing rice as related to soil properties- I. Transformations of native soil zinc



Effect of submergence on the transformation of zinc forms in old alluvial soils growing rice as related to soil properties- I. Transformations of native soil zinc



Journal of the Indian Society of Soil Science 43(3): 368-371



Changes in different forms of native soil Zn were studied under submerged conditions in ten old alluvial rice-growing soils of the south Bihar plain, India. The progressive decrease in water soluble plus exchangeable, organically-bound and crystalline sesquioxide-bound forms of Zn was concomitant with an increase in complexed and amorphous sesquioxides-bound forms upon submergence.

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