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Soil phosphorus in South Dakota : I. Inorganic phosphorus fractions in some soil series. II. Comparison of two availability tests with inorganic phosphorus fractions among soil series



Soil phosphorus in South Dakota : I. Inorganic phosphorus fractions in some soil series. II. Comparison of two availability tests with inorganic phosphorus fractions among soil series



Proc. Soil Sci. Soc. Am, 30: 245-247; 248-253



Inorganic soil P in the upper three horizons of 16 profiles was fractionated; the soils represented four parent materials and two great soil groups. Generally the four glacial parent materials had similar proportional amounts of the inorganic P fractions. Climate affected the proportional amounts of two of these fractions in soils; in chernozems the Fe-P fraction was proportionately greater and the Ca-P fraction smaller than in chestnut soils.

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