Improving fertiliser efficiency on calcareous and alkaline soils with fluid sources of P, N and Zn

@article{Holloway2004ImprovingFE,
  title={Improving fertiliser efficiency on calcareous and alkaline soils with fluid sources of P, N and Zn},
  author={Robert E. Holloway and Isabelle Bertrand and A. J. Frischke and Dot M. Brace and Mike J Mclaughlin and Wayne Shepperd},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={236},
  pages={209-219}
}
Alkaline calcareous or sodic soils represent an important proportion of the world's arable soils and are important for cereal production. For calcareous soils in general, despite high applications of P fertiliser for many years, P deficiency in cereals is common. Field experiments were conducted to test the relative ability of granular (e.g. DAP, MAP and TSP) and fluid fertilisers to supply P to wheat on grey calcareous and red brown calcareous sandy loam soils (Calcixerollic xerochrepts). A… CONTINUE READING
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