2016
DOI: 10.1590/0034-737x201663020018
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Abstract: Em áreas cultivadas no Sistema Plantio Direto, pode-se elevar a disponibilidade de fósforo por meio da adubação corretiva gradual, aplicando-se, no sulco de semeadura, quantidade de P superior à requerida pela cultura. Este trabalho foi realizado com o objetivo de se estabelecer a quantidade de P a ser aplicada no cultivo de soja, visando a elevação do teor de P para valores pré-estabelecidos, na camada de 0 a 0,10 m de profundidade. Conduziu-se um experimento em Latossolo Vermelho distroférrico típico, textur… Show more

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“…Brazilian Cerrado (savanna) soils originally present low phosphorus (P) availability for cropping, making the addition of phosphate fertilizers mandatory, firstly to build up P availability to acceptable levels before cropping and secondly to maintain the available levels during subsequent growing seasons, through periodic fertilization to replace the P exported by harvesting (Kurihara et al, 2016). The reason is that Cerrado soils have a high solid phase P retention capacity, due to their high Fe and Al sesquioxide constitution, capable of retaining phosphate ions in less labile forms (Fink et al, 2014(Fink et al, , 2016a.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Brazilian Cerrado (savanna) soils originally present low phosphorus (P) availability for cropping, making the addition of phosphate fertilizers mandatory, firstly to build up P availability to acceptable levels before cropping and secondly to maintain the available levels during subsequent growing seasons, through periodic fertilization to replace the P exported by harvesting (Kurihara et al, 2016). The reason is that Cerrado soils have a high solid phase P retention capacity, due to their high Fe and Al sesquioxide constitution, capable of retaining phosphate ions in less labile forms (Fink et al, 2014(Fink et al, , 2016a.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%