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  1. Vol. 33 No. 4, p. 635-637
     
    Received: Feb 14, 1969


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doi:10.2136/sssaj1969.03615995003300040042x

Primary and Secondary Origin of “Nonextractable” Soil Inorganic Phosphorus1

  1. J. K. Syers,
  2. J. D. H. Williams,
  3. E. H. Tyner and
  4. T. W. Walker2

Abstract

Abstract

“Nonextractable” soil inorganic phosphorus can have both a primary and a secondary origin. Apatite included within other minerals and phosphorus distributed throughout mineral lattices constitute the primary sources. “Nonextractable” secondary phosphorus accumulates during soil development and is associated with hydrated sesquioxides.

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