Screening forage legumes germplasm to low soil fertility: V. Highland Leucaena germplasm tolerance to phosphorus deficiency in solution, soil and sand culture(ILCA PSD Working Documents Nos. 18-21 1992)
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This study is conducted to develop simple, rapid but efficient bio-nutritional techniques using nutrient solution, soil and sand cultures to assess the adaptability of nutrient solution, soil and sand cultures to assess the adaptability of forage crops to various soil conditions, to determine the P requirements and tolerance of the plants in relation to nodulation, dry matter yield rooting density and other components of growth of various accessions, to evaluate relative growth and phosphorus use efficiency of various accession, and to classify the various leucaena accessions into low, moderate and high responsive accession groups.