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Agronomy Journal Abstract -

Relationship of Soil Temperature, Water Soluble Phosporus in Applied Fertilizer, and Method of Placement to Growth of Winter Wheat1

 

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  1. Vol. 56 No. 6, p. 529-532
     
    Received: Aug 26, 1963


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doi:10.2134/agronj1964.00021962005600060003x
  1. Joe R. Gingrich2

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Synopsis

Top growth total yield of P, and percentage of K in the tops were significantly lower while percentages of P and N were significantly higher in plants grown at 50° F. than in those grown at 60 or 70°. Applying phosphatic fertilizer in a zone, as compared to mixing it with the soil, increased top growth, P percentage in the tops, and total yield of P while it decreased the percentage of K in the tops. In general the amount of dry matter, percentage of P in tops, and total yield of P were increased as the percentage of water soluble P in the applied fertilizer was increased.

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