2012
DOI: 10.3844/ajabssp.2012.473.481
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Phosphorus Biogeochemical Cycling in a Sugar Cane Agroecosystem

Abstract: The annual harvest of sugarcane plantations together with the burning of the crop before harvest, a common practice of management of sugarcane plantations in South America, leads to the loss of significant amounts of nutrients in those agroecosystems. Thus prescribed burning operations could progressively diminish the level of soil organic matter and increase nutrient deficiency in soils of sugar cane agrosystems. This study is an attempt to quantify the P distribution during the period of growth in a plantati… Show more

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