Effects of limestone and gypsum application to a Malaysian ultisol on soil solution composition and yields of maize and groundnut

@inproceedings{Shamshuddin1991EffectsOL,
  title={Effects of limestone and gypsum application to a Malaysian ultisol on soil solution composition and yields of maize and groundnut},
  author={Jusop Shamshuddin and I. Che Fauziah and H. A. H. Sharifuddin},
  year={1991}
}
A field experiment was conducted on an Ultisol in Malaysia to assess changes in soil solution composition and their effects on maize and groundnut yields, resulting from limestone and gypsum application. The results showed that soil solution Ca in the lime treatment remained mainly in the zone of incorporation, but in the gypsum treatment some Ca moved into 15–30 cm zone. Al3+ and AlSO 4 + were dominant Al species in the soil solution of nil treatment. Liming decreased Al3+ and AlSO 4 + , but… CONTINUE READING

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