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  1. Vol. 49 No. 10, p. 560-563
     
    Received: Apr 4, 1957
    Published: Oct, 1957


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doi:10.2134/agronj1957.00021962004900100013x

Recovery by Eleven Crops of Oats of Phosphorus Applied to Pot Cultures of Five Soils1

  1. D. G. Moore,
  2. O. J. Attoe and
  3. C. I. Rich22

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Recovery of applied phosphorus by 11 oat crops ranged from 51 to 72%, and recovery by the first crop was less than 20% from the silt loams and about 35% from a sand. Total percentage of applied phosphorus recovered by cropping and acid and alkali extractions combined ranged from 74 to 100%. Phosphorus applied at 22 to 589 ppm. to Spencer silt loam gave nearly the same percentage recovery by the 11 crops.

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