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Agronomic study of phosphate rocks of Chile


, : Agronomic study of phosphate rocks of Chile. Revista de la Facultad de Agronomia, Universidad Central de Venezuela 17(1-4): 111-124

Approximately 60% of soil with agricultural potential in Chile are of volcanic origin, with a high P fixing capacity. Hence the high consumption of P fertilizer (~112 000 t P2O5/yr).

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