Phosphorus availability for plant uptake in a phosphorus-enriched noncalcareous sandy soil.

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Mining soil phosphorus (i.e., harvesting P taken up from the soil by a crop grown without external P addition) has been proposed as a possible management strategy for P-enriched soils to decrease the risk of P leaching. We performed a pot experiment in a greenhouse where grass was cropped on a P-enriched noncalcareous sandy soil at zero P application over a… (More)

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@article{Koopmans2004PhosphorusAF, title={Phosphorus availability for plant uptake in a phosphorus-enriched noncalcareous sandy soil.}, author={Gerwin Ferdinand Koopmans and Wim J Chardon and Phillip A I Ehlert and J. G. A. Dolfing and Roald A. A. Suurs and Oene Oenema and Willem H. van Riemsdijk}, journal={Journal of environmental quality}, year={2004}, volume={33 3}, pages={965-75} }