The influence of soil volume on the absorption of soil phosphorus by plants and on the determination of labile soil phosphorus


In a pot experiment the soil volume available for ryegrass growth was varied. There was relatively greater uptake of phosphorus from the smaller amounts of soil and an increase in the pool of labile phosphorus (the L-value). It appears that an equilibrium exists in the soil between non-labile and labile phosphorus, and this equilibrium may be disturbed by… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01391682


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