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Trace elements in some Indian grasses and forage crops II. Uptake of cobalt, copper and manganese by Phalaris minor under fertilizer treatments



Trace elements in some Indian grasses and forage crops II. Uptake of cobalt, copper and manganese by Phalaris minor under fertilizer treatments



J. Indian Soc. Soil Sci, 12: 375-379



minor was raised in pots of alluvial soil and its trace-element content was assessed at the pre-flowering stage. Lime and super considerably enhanced Co uptake and (NH4)2SO4 and super enhanced Cu uptake. Mn content was significantly higher in limed plants. (NH4)2SO4 and super depressed Mn uptake.

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