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Direct and residual effect of added levels of basic slag with green leaf manure on the availability and uptake of nutrients by rice



Direct and residual effect of added levels of basic slag with green leaf manure on the availability and uptake of nutrients by rice



Madras Agricultural Journal 84(10): 609-614



Rice ADT-36 grown on clay loam soil at Madurai, Tamil Nadu in 1992/93, was given different levels of basic slag and green leaf manure. Application of basic slag (500-1000 kg/ha) increased the available P, Ca, Mg and Fe content of soil at all the stages of crop growth. The efficiency of basic slag in building soil fertility was increased when it was applied along with green leaf manure.

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