Selenium concentrations in phosphorus fertilizer materials and associated uptake by plants.

@inproceedings{Robbins1970SeleniumCI,
  title={Selenium concentrations in phosphorus fertilizer materials and associated uptake by plants.},
  author={C. W. Robbins and D. L. Carter},
  year={1970}
}
The Se concentration of seven Florida Land Pebble deposit phosphate rocks ranged from 0.7-7.0 ppm. The range was 1.4-1.78 ppm Se in seven samples from the western phosphate field. The Meade Peak phosphatic shale member of the Phosphoria formation contains more Se than rock from other phosphatic formations. Normal and concentrated superphosphates made from phosphatic rocks containing 100 ppm Se can be expected to contain about 60 and 40 ppm Se, respectively. Laboratory-prepared… CONTINUE READING

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