2014
DOI: 10.1590/s1806-66902014000500009
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Abstract: -The aim of this study was to assess the effects of the sources and levels of surface-applied (broadcast) phosphorus (P) when sowing the winter annual forages on phosphorus accumulation and yields of maize, soybean, black oat and annual ryegrass crops in a crop-livestock integration system over three years. (2010/11) and the accumulation of P in these crops were assessed. TSP provided the highest yield of total dry matter (TDM) and P accumulation only for black oat in the first year of cultivation. In the sec… Show more

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“…It should be noted that TP is the second fertilizer with the highest solubility (after MAP) of those used in the wheat experiment. Galetto et al (2014) evaluated P fertilizers with different solubility Fig. 2 Thousand grain weight (a) and yield (b) (mean ± standard error, n = 4) of the wheat plants at harvest as a function of the application method (soil surface and sowing line) and P fertilizers used in this study.…”
Section: Thousand Grain Weight and Yieldmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It should be noted that TP is the second fertilizer with the highest solubility (after MAP) of those used in the wheat experiment. Galetto et al (2014) evaluated P fertilizers with different solubility Fig. 2 Thousand grain weight (a) and yield (b) (mean ± standard error, n = 4) of the wheat plants at harvest as a function of the application method (soil surface and sowing line) and P fertilizers used in this study.…”
Section: Thousand Grain Weight and Yieldmentioning
confidence: 99%