FIRST 12 YEARS OF A LONG-TERM CROP ROTATION STUDY IN SOUTH WESTERN SASKATCHEWAN — BICARBONATE-P DISTRIBUTION IN SOIL AND P UPTAKE BY THE PLANT

@inproceedings{Campbell1983FIRST1Y,
  title={FIRST 12 YEARS OF A LONG-TERM CROP ROTATION STUDY IN SOUTH WESTERN SASKATCHEWAN — BICARBONATE-P DISTRIBUTION IN SOIL AND P UPTAKE BY THE PLANT},
  author={Constantine A. Campbell and David W. Read and G. E. Winkleman and D. W. Mcandrew},
  year={1983}
}
The distribution of NO3-N in the soil, and N uptake by the crop during the first 12 yr of a long-term rotation study at Swift Current, Saskatchewan were studied. A considerable amount of NO3-N appeared to be leached beyond the rooting zone of the cereal crop in years of above average precipitation and also in some relatively dry years with heavy spring rains. Thus, leaching of NO3-N seemed to occur even under continuous wheat rotations. At all times there was considerable NO3-N situated at the… CONTINUE READING

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