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The phosphorus nutrition of apple trees. Part 2. The status of ihe phosporus nutrition of apple trees growing on allitic soils.



The phosphorus nutrition of apple trees. Part 2. The status of ihe phosporus nutrition of apple trees growing on allitic soils.



Bull. Fac. Agric. Hirosaki Univ, 5: 32-45



Lower P contents of shoots, 1-year branches and fibrous roots on allitic soil (derived from volcanic ash) than on siallitic soil were attributed to decrease in available soil P and decreased activity of the feeding roots; significant decreases in the middle leaves of shoots were seldom observed.

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