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  1. Vol. 56 No. 2, p. 145-147
    Received: June 14, 1963

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Effect of Soil Temperature and Phosphorus Fertilization on the Growth and Phosphorus Content of Corn1

  1. H. A. Knoll,
  2. N. C. Brady and
  3. D. J. Lathwell2



In a greenhouse experiment using different root zone temperatures with two soils, no differences in corn growth were found as a result of fertilizer P sources. In both soils, growth, P content, and P uptake increased with increasing soil temperature and increasing P level in the soil.

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