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Microelements, particularly cobalt, in soils and forage crops of the Finistere (Brittany, France)



Microelements, particularly cobalt, in soils and forage crops of the Finistere (Brittany, France)



C.r. hebd. Seanc. Acad. Agric. Fr, 53: 939-947



Granite soils contained less 2.5 %-acetic-acid extractable Co (mean, 0.28; range 0.10-0.53 ppm) than did soils originating from schist (mean, 0.56; range, 0.25-0.98 ppm).

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