Phosphorus Fixation as a Transfer Controlled Phenomenon1
- Y. Avnimelech and
- J. Hagin2
Phosphorus fixation in various soils was accelerated by: (i) the application of P in solution thus inducing its immediate dispersion in the soil, and (ii) increasing the rate of movement of the P in the soil by changes in the water regime. It was concluded that the dispersion of P in the fertilized soil volume is the rate-limiting step in the process of its fixation and thus P fixation could be described as a transfer-controlled process.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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