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Phosphorus uptake by wheat m on various spanish soils part 2 relationships between fractions of inorganic soil phosphorus available phosphorus and phosphorus absorbed by plants



Phosphorus uptake by wheat m on various spanish soils part 2 relationships between fractions of inorganic soil phosphorus available phosphorus and phosphorus absorbed by plants



Anales de Edafologia y Agrobiologia 29(9-10): 673-682




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