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Reciprocal effects of magnesium with other cations in the vicinity of roots. 1. Release of exchangeable Mg, K and Ca from clays.



Reciprocal effects of magnesium with other cations in the vicinity of roots. 1. Release of exchangeable Mg, K and Ca from clays.



J. Sci. Soil Tokyo, Tokyo, 27: 245-248



No significant reciprocal effects of Mg, K or Ca on the release of these cations from bentonite and kaolinite were observed. Increasing the K/Mg ratio inhibited Mg release, but Na was more effective than K in this respect. Decreasing the K/Mg ratio markedly increased K release.

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