Potential soil P mobilisation capacity–method development and comparison of rhizosphere soil from different crops

@article{Wang2011PotentialSP,
  title={Potential soil P mobilisation capacity–method development and comparison of rhizosphere soil from different crops},
  author={Ying Wang and Hasbullah and R. K. Setia and Petra Marschner and Fusuo Zhang},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2011},
  volume={354},
  pages={259-267}
}
Phosphorus (P) deficiency is wide-spread in agricultural soils. In light of increasing P fertilizer costs, it is of interest to assess the capacity of soil microbes to mobilise native soil P and added P. There is currently no method to assess P mobilisation in situ. The soil P mobilisation potential was assessed by incubating low P soil for up to 30 days with poorly available P sources; C and N were added to increase microbial activity and ensure that only P was limiting microbial growth. The… CONTINUE READING

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