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  1. Vol. 21 No. 2, p. 167-171
     
    Received: Nov 21, 1955
    Accepted: Mar 22, 1956


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doi:10.2136/sssaj1957.03615995002100020010x

Yield and Phosphorus Content of Canning Peas as Affected by Fertilization, Irrigation Regime, and Sodium Bicarbonate-Soluble Soil Phosphorus1

  1. Jay L. Haddock and
  2. D. C. Linton2

Abstract

Abstract

Yield of both pea vines and canning peas were increased significantly by phosphorus fertilizers. Yield response was in the order: current season applied phosphorus > 1 year residual > 2 year residual. Yield of pea vines and canning peas were increased significantly for increases in water application in the order: 5 inches < 8 inches < 10 inches > 12 inches.

Time of sampling pea vines for chemical analysis was shown to be an important factor if it is desired to relate yields to the soluble phosphorus content of plant tissue, or soluble phosphorus content of plant tissue with irrigation regime.

Relationships between sodium bicarbonate-soluble phosphorus and phosphorus in the plant and between yield of peas and phosphorus content of plant tissue are shown.

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