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The balance of strontium and nickel in soils receiving different fertilization in a lysimetric experiment

, : The balance of strontium and nickel in soils receiving different fertilization in a lysimetric experiment. Pamietnik Puawski 1990; ( 93): 155-167

After four years of a lysimeter experiment involving one rotation cycle a positive balance of strontium and nickel was found in all soils examined. Precipitation was the major source of strontium in the soil, much smaller amounts accruing from fertilizer application, chiefly with superphosphate. Strontium losses were mainly through leaching, uptake by plants being of much lesser importance. The greatest amounts of Sr were leached from the sandy soil and the least from loess.


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