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Competitive sorption reactions between phosphorus and organic matter in soil: a review

Competitive sorption reactions between phosphorus and organic matter in soil: a review

Australian Journal of Soil Research 43(2): 189-202

The incorporation of organic matter (OM) in soils that are able to rapidly sorb applied phosphorus (P) fertiliser reportedly increases P availability to plants. This effect has commonly been ascribed to competition between the decomposition products of OM and P for soil sorption sites resulting in increased soil solution P concentrations.

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DOI: 10.1071/sr04049

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