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Residual direct and cumulative effect of phosphatic fertilizers on inorganic phosphorus fractions in soils after finger millet eleusine corocana maize zea mays cropping sequence

Residual direct and cumulative effect of phosphatic fertilizers on inorganic phosphorus fractions in soils after finger millet eleusine corocana maize zea mays cropping sequence

Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 62(2): 118-123

A field experiment was conducted with a Typic Ustochrept soil at Coimbatore to study the efect of phosphatic fertilizers on inorganic phosphorus fractions. Application of P sources (single superphosphate, rock phosphate, rock phsophate + single superphosphate, rock phosphate + phosphobacterium and diammonium phosphate) at 3 levels (13, 26 and 39 kg P/ha) significantly increased the status of inorganic P fractions (saloid P, aluminium P, iron P, reductant-soluble P and calcium P) when compared with the control. Diammonium phosphate and single superphosphate @ 39 kg P/ha increased the build-up of saloid P and aluminium P compared with rock phosphate and its combinations. There was no significant difference among the P sources and levels with the status of iron P and reductant-soluble P. Rock phosphate and its combinations (rock phosphate + single superphosphate and rock phosphate + phosphobacterium) accounted for higher calcium P in relation to diammonium phosphate and single superphosphate.

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