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Growth of lucerne roots in a red-yellow Latosol with increasing rates of lime



Growth of lucerne roots in a red-yellow Latosol with increasing rates of lime



Revista do Setor de Ciencias Agrarias 13(1/2): 83-92



In field trials in 1990-92, a red-yellow Latosol in Pinhais, Parana, Brazil, was given 2.5, 10.0, 20.0 or 25.0 t Ca/ha incorporated to a depth of 40 cm before sowing inoculated seeds of lucerne Examination of root systems in May 1992 showed that 89% of roots were situated in the upper 40 cm of soil.

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