Effectiveness of rock phosphate, coastal superphosphate and single superphosphate for pasture on deep sandy soils

@article{Bolland2004EffectivenessOR,
  title={Effectiveness of rock phosphate, coastal superphosphate and single superphosphate for pasture on deep sandy soils},
  author={M. D. A. Bolland and Michael F. Clarke and Jessica Yeates},
  journal={Fertilizer research},
  year={2004},
  volume={41},
  pages={129-143}
}
The effectiveness of ‘coastal superphosphate’ and two rock phosphate fertilizers was compared with the effectiveness of single superphosphate for pasture production on deep, humic, sandy podzols in high rainfall (> 800 mm annual average) areas of south-western Australia. The pastures were subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) or mixed subterraneum clover and serradella (Ornithopus compressus). ‘Coastal superphosphate’ was made by adding rock phosphate and elemental sulphur to… CONTINUE READING

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