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Composted manure as an economical source of phosphorus for irrigated corn production in the Texas High Plains



Composted manure as an economical source of phosphorus for irrigated corn production in the Texas High Plains



ASAE Annual International Meeting, Orlando, Florida, USA, 12-16 July, 1998: 13 pp.



One hundred per cent of the phosphorus requirement for a full-season maize hybrid (as determined by pre-plant soil testing) was applied to experimental plots in five different combinations of composted feed yard manure and liquid phosphate (10-34-0 N-P-K). The five treatments ranged from 0 to 100% of the P requirement supplied by compost, with the balance supplied by 10-34-0 to bring each treatment to the same nominal level of applied P. Each treatment was replicated five times.

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