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Cobalt concentrations in some New Zealand fodder plants grown on cobalt-sufficient and cobalt-deficient soils



Cobalt concentrations in some New Zealand fodder plants grown on cobalt-sufficient and cobalt-deficient soils



New Zeal J Agr Res 9(4): 829-838



It was found that marked differences in colbalt concentration occurred between fodder plants grown in association with each other on soils deemed to be cobalt-sufficient. In particular, lucerne and red and white clovers accumulated more cobalt concentration between white clover and mixed grasses, [rye grass dogstails], when samples were taken from swards grown on known cobalt-deficient soils.

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DOI: 10.1080/00288233.1966.10429343



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