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  1. Vol. 49 No. 11, p. 589-592
    Received: Apr 9, 1957

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Soil Fertility Effects of Intensive Greenhouse Cropping With Peanuts1

  1. P. H. Reid and
  2. E. T. York Jr.22



Fertilization of peanuts with inorganic phosphorus plus potassium in amounts equal to that removed by the previous crop was more effective in maintaining peanut yield than was fertilization with the plant material. Phosphorus fertilization alone was of little value in maintaining production. After two crops, the soil potassium was reduced to a low level and a uniform rate of potassium supply was reached.

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