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  1. Vol. 37 No. 3, p. 371-374
     
    Received: Sept 18, 1972
    Published: May, 1973


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doi:10.2136/sssaj1973.03615995003700030018x

Effects of Phosphorus Application Rate, Soil Properties, and Leaching Mode on 32P Movement in Soil Columns1

  1. T. J. Logan and
  2. E. O. McLean2

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Movement of 32P-labeled monocalcium phosphate was investigated in column experiments with P application rate, P-fixation capacity, and mode and intensity of leaching as variables. Three soils of contrasting texture and P-fixation capacity were studied. Leaching of P increased with P application rate and intensity of leaching. Constant head leaching resulted in greater movement of 32P out of the surface layer and greater accumulation in the leachate than intermittent leaching. In general, 32P recovered in the leachate was nonionic except in instances where maximum leaching occurred. Significant amounts of 32P were recovered in the leachate only with sandy loam soil and at the highest P application rate.

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