+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Utilization of phosphorus from different sources by genotypes of promiscuous soybean and cowpea in a low-phosphorus savanna soil



Utilization of phosphorus from different sources by genotypes of promiscuous soybean and cowpea in a low-phosphorus savanna soil








Accession: 020573234

Download citation: RISBibTeXText


Related references

Effects of phosphorus sources on phosphorus fractions in rhizosphere soil of wild barley genotypes with high phosphorus utilization efficiency. Ying Yong Sheng Tai Xue Bao 25(11): 3207-3214, 2014

Phosphorus utilization by soybean genotypes in black soil. Journal of Nuclear Agriculture and Biology 18(1): 40-43, 1989

Phosphorus fertilizers in Nigerian savanna soils. III. Effects of three phosphorus sources on available cation contents of a soil at Samaru. Samaru Journal of Agricultural Research 1(2): 103-109, 1981

Soil Phosphorous Status and Phosphorus Cycling as Influenced by Soybean Genotypes on an Acidic Low-Phosphorus Soil of Southern China. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 41(15): 1838-1849, 2010

Studies on uptake and utilization of soil and fertilizer phosphorus by soybean as influenced by phosphorus levels and fertility status of soil in vertisol. Journal of Nuclear Agriculture and Biology 11(4): 113-115, 1982

Wheat genotypes differ in growth and phosphorus uptake when supplied with different sources and rates of phosphorus banded or mixed in soil in pots. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 42(8): 1103-1111, 2002

Phosphorus runoff from a phosphorus deficient soil under common bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and soybean ( Glycine max L.) genotypes with contrasting root architecture. Plant and Soil 317(1-2): 1-16, 2009

The relative utilization by soybean and residual fraction of available phosphorus in soil derived from fertilizer phosphorus. Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration 31(3 SOIL AND FERT): 38-44, 1989

Pot test on the utilization of water soluble phosphorus 32 phosphorus 33 fertilizer phosphate on spring barley as a function of the phosphorus placement and phosphorus supply in the soil. Landwirtschaftliche Forschung 36(3-4): 327-347, 1983

Phosphorus utilization in sunflower helianthus annuus l. and rice oryza sativa l. as influenced by phosphorus sources under different soil types. Journal of Nuclear Agriculture and Biology 18(4): 206-211, 1989

Organic acids in the rhizosphere and root characteristics of soybean and cowpea in relation to phosphorus uptake in poor savanna soils. African Journal Of Biotechnology: 20, 3620-3627, 2008

Studies on phosphorus 32 movement in soil columns as affected by phosphorus sources method of phosphorus application soil type calcium carbonate fym and magnesium sulfate. International Journal of Tropical Agriculture 7(1-2): 134-141, 1989

Phosphorus fraction studies in the utilization of residual phosphorus from important phosphorus sources. Madras Agricultural Journal 81(1): 17-20, 1994

Differential Growth Performance of 15 Wheat Genotypes for Grain Yield and Phosphorus Uptake on a Low Phosphorus Soil Without and With Applied Phosphorus Fertilizer. Journal of Plant Nutrition 32(6): 1015-1043, 2009

Phosphorus uptake from sparingly available soil-P by cowpea genotypes. Vanlauwe, B, Diels, J, Sanginga, N, Merckx, R Integrated plant nutrient management in sub-Saharan Africa: From concept to practice 239-250, 2002