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Effects of lime and gypsum on seradella potassium nutrition

Effects of lime and gypsum on seradella potassium nutrition

Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta Seriya 17 Pochvovedenie (2): 72-76

Lime and gypsum applied at high rates decrease the yields of seradella. The decrease in green mass of seradella on soils with high content of Ca is mainly due to inadequate K nutrition. If heavy doses of lime are applied to the soil, normal growth of seradella can be obtained by adding high doses of K fertilizers. The K requirements of seradella cannot be determined by basing on exchangeable content after the Maslova method. The relative activity of K in soil and the potential buffer ability of soil as related to K are better indicators of the soil K regime and of seradella K requirements.

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