Availability and residual effects of phosphate rocks and inorganic P fractionation in a red soil of Central China View Full Text


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DATE

2001-05

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Hu Hongqing, Tan Chunying, Cai Chongfa, He Jizheng, Li Xueyuan

ABSTRACT

The agronomic effectiveness, phosphorus utilization efficiency and inorganic fractions of phosphorus, applied once to an Ultisol in Xianning, Hubei province, and then cropped 9 seasons, were measured. The results showed: (1)forall crops, the relative agronomic effectiveness (RAE) of three phosphate rocks (PRs), compared with triple superphosphate (TSP), reached 103.1–154.9% at three rates of P applied; (2) phosphorus utilization ratios during 5 years were 33.7–59.3% with the average of 35.0–52.7% for three PRs, greater than TSP ; (3)the total amountof inorganic phosphorus in soils which received phosphate fertilizers were 395.5–492.8 mg/kg, however, it was 387.4 mg/kg in soil given no phosphorus fertilizer. The most remarkable increases were occluded P(O-P) and calcium P(Ca-P) fractions at P 35 level (i.e. soil extractable P reached 35 mg/kg). (4) after 9 crops were harvested, the balance of phosphorus in the soils of control (CK) and all P 15 level treatments was negative, however, for soils treated with P 25 level and P 35 level, the balance was positive. More... »

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251-258

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