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Effect of very-acid soil liming, nitrogen and phosphorus fertilisation. Part II. Phosphorus uptake and use by spring barley

Tkaczyk, P.

Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Agricultura 1(2): 57-72


Accession: 004129332

In a pot experiment, very-acid soil liming increased the yield of spring barley Start. The plants grown on acid soil accumulated a greater amount of P in grain, straw and roots than on limed soil. Liming and N and P application enhanced the uptake and use of P by the plants. P uptake was greater from triple superphosphate than from rock phosphate meal.

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