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Effect of phosphorus concentration on iron zinc copper and manganese utilization by sorghum and wheat



Effect of phosphorus concentration on iron zinc copper and manganese utilization by sorghum and wheat



Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities 7(2): 148-150



Field studies using varying amounts of P through single super phosphate were conducted on medium black soil and the Fe, Zn, Cu and Mn utilization by kharif sorghum ('CSH-5') and rabi wheat ('Sonalika') was determined. Yield reduction caused by microelement deficiencies are unlikely on phosphated soils. However, reduction in microelement concentration and uptake by sorghum and wheat may occur, on heavily phosphated soils or with the addition of P to the soil over a long period of time. Higher concentration of microelements in root and their reduction in the aboveground parts of the crops suggests that mobility of elements, particularly Fe and Zn is restricted as a result of their antagonistic relationship with P or due to the physiological inhibition caused by the high concentration of P in the aboveground portion of the crops.

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