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Phosphorus availability from Mussoorie rock phosphate in an Aeric Haplaquept inn a rice-rice sequence



Phosphorus availability from Mussoorie rock phosphate in an Aeric Haplaquept inn a rice-rice sequence



Agropedology 5: 37-42



A field experiment conducted in Assam, India, with different levels of Mussoorie rock phosphate in the presence and absence of Aspergillus niger showed that the amount of phosphorus in soil as extracted by Bray 1 and Bray 2 methods after the harvest of each crop in a rice-rice sequence was significantly affected by the levels of phosphate. Bray 2 method extracted significantly higher amount of available P than did the Bray 1 method.

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