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Effect of different legume cereal cropping sequences on the availability of residual phosphorus its uptake and on the dry matter yield of wheat



Effect of different legume cereal cropping sequences on the availability of residual phosphorus its uptake and on the dry matter yield of wheat



Indian Journal of Agricultural Chemistry 17(1): 1-4



A pot culture experiment to study the effects of different legume-cereal cropping sequences on the soil and plant (wheat) availability of residual P was conducted. Different cereals (paddy and maize) and legumes created variations on the soil available P which ultimately affected the dry matter yield of wheat, % P in grain and soil available P. Olsen-P after all the cropping sequences increased with increasing rates of past P treatments. Except after Urd-cereal sequences, Bray-P was also more in phosphate treated than untreated soils.

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