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Availability of silicon from several sources as determined by chemical and biological methods

Availability of silicon from several sources as determined by chemical and biological methods

Proceedings Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida 58: 109-113

The value of silicon (Si) application for rice (Oryza sativa) and sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) has been demonstrated when soil soluble Si is low. In south Florida, calcium silicate slag is applied to most muck soils and associated sands that are to be planted to rice and sugarcane. There is a need to investigate the availability of silicon in sources which are potentially available for those crops in the Cerrado of Brazil, where response to Si is also being demonstrated.

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