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Accumulation and transformation of phosphates in derno-carbonate soils of Ukrainian West Polesia with systematic application of fertilizers


, : Accumulation and transformation of phosphates in derno-carbonate soils of Ukrainian West Polesia with systematic application of fertilizers. Agrokhimiya (10): 38-46

In a 2-year experiment on an 8-coarse rotation to which NPK annually, NPK annually + dung, or dung was applied the superphosphate P increased the contents of total and mobile P in the soil. Superphosphate P was fixed mainly in the ploughed layer, but the P in dung moved into the lower layers also. Dung + NPK gave a more even distribution of P in the soil horizons.

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