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Response of poted slash pine seedlings on imperfectly drained coastal plain soil to additions of zincAuthor(s): W. H. McKee
Source: Soil Science Society of America Journal
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionIn a greenhouse study, seedling dry weights and uptake of Zn, K, Mg, and Ca were increased by applying I ppm of Zn to Caddo silt loam soil fertilized with 123 ppm of N, 0.31 meq of K/100 g, and varying amounts of P and lime. Zinc interacted with P and lime to alter N uptake. Zinc uptake rose with increasing amounts of Zn and available P in the soil at harvest, but declined with increasing levels of exchangeable Mg, K, and Ca.
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CitationMcKee, W. H. Jr. 1976. Response of potted slash pine seedlings on imperfectly drained coastal plain soil to additions of zinc. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 40: 586-588.
KeywordsPinus elliottii Engelm, var. elliottii, fertilization, nutrient uptake, Caddo silt loam soil
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