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P characterization in acid pasture soils and its relation with plant root systems and mineral composition

AuthorsPastor Piñeiro, Jesús ; Urcelay, A.; Hernández, Ana Jesús
Acid pasture soils
Plant root systems
Mineral composition
Issue Date1990
PublisherEuropean Society for Agronomy
CitationFirst Congress of the European Society of Agronomy. Paris, 5-7 december: Session 3 P 40 (1990)
AbstractProcesses are very complex in the natural environment, so the effects of acidity on P soil dynamics cannot be considered in isolation. This paper attempts to show the different forms which this element can take in the soil: sorne insoluble phosphates can be slowly liberated into the soil labile P pool, and must also be considered a source of "available" P in acid media. Root length per soil volume (or root density) is also noted since root weight is not the best criterion when considering possible sources for plant mineral nutrition.
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