Increased P diffusion as an explanation of increased p availability in flooded rice soils

@article{Turner2004IncreasedPD,
  title={Increased P diffusion as an explanation of increased p availability in flooded rice soils},
  author={Felicity Turner and J Wendell Gilliam},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2004},
  volume={45},
  pages={365-377}
}
Phosphorus supply factors (capacity, kinetic, intensity, and diffusivity) and plant growth were the approaches used to assess P supply of flooded rice soils. Increases in the capacity, intensity, and kinetic factors, as measured by E-value, solution P concentration, and soil P release rate to a distilled water ‘sink’ respectively, were unpronouced and infrequent upon water-saturation of ten soils. However, increases in the diffusitivity factor, as measured by 32P diffusion coefficients, were at… CONTINUE READING