2 edition of Methodology in soil-K research found in the catalog.
Methodology in soil-K research
International Potash Institute. Colloquium
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||International Potash Institute.|
|LC Classifications||S592.6.P6 I58 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||428 p. :|
|Number of Pages||428|
|LC Control Number||89185320|
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Imagine you have a soil sample in which the contents of Ca is 5 meq/g ( mg Ca/g soil), Mg is 2 meq/g (24 mg Mg/g soil), Na is 2meq/g (46 mg Na/g soil), K is 3 meq/g ( mg. The neutral normal ammonium acetate method which essentially extracts the water soluble and exchangeable K in soil is the most common method to estimate plant- available soil K in soil testing.
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The recipient of three Fulbright Awards, Dr. Conklin has more than four decades of experience extracting and analyzing soil samples. The soil K content determined by the sodium tetraphenyl boron method was better correlated with the potassium extracted by the plant than the soil potassium extracted by the ammonium acetate method.
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Forages did not respond for 3 yr to K fertiliser on these soils. In addition, Mehlich-3 K did not change in the unfertilised control soil after six forage cuts taken over 3 yr.
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