Zinc-phosphorus relationship in the nutrition of tomato plants as affected both by the soil and by the rate of applied zinc

@article{Orabi1982ZincphosphorusRI,
  title={Zinc-phosphorus relationship in the nutrition of tomato plants as affected both by the soil and by the rate of applied zinc},
  author={Ahmad Abdel-Aziz Orabi and Ahmed Shehata Ismail and H. Mashadi},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={1982},
  volume={69},
  pages={67-72}
}
In a pot experiment, Zn-uptake by tomato plants grown on an alluvial soil was increased by P application. When Zn was applied to the soil, no effect was obtained for P application on Zn-uptake. On a calcareous soil, Zn-uptake was increased by P application whether Zn was applied to the soil or not. On both soils, no effect was obtained for Zn application on P-uptake by plants. 

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