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  1. Vol. 27 No. 2, p. 197-199
     
    Received: May 11, 1962


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doi:10.2136/sssaj1963.03615995002700020031x

Sulfur Supply of Soils and Crop Yields in the Southeastern United States1

  1. C. E. Bardsley and
  2. V. J. Kilmer2

Abstract

Abstract

The sulfur level of soils from the no-sulfur plots of 21 field experiments was estimated by three chemical methods using soil from the 0 to 12-inch depth. The three methods were significantly correlated with percentage yield (R = 0.60) while the simple correlations with percentage yield were r = 0.55 for acetate-soluble sulfate, r = 0.59 for bicarbonate-extractable sulfur, and r = 0.44 for reserve + SO4-sulfur.

 
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