Phosphorus recovery from triple superphosphate by soyabean in the Guinea savanna of Nigeria
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Ogoke, I.J., Togun, A.O., Carsky, R.J. & Dashiell, K.E. (2006). Phosphorus recovery from triple superphosphate by soyabean in the Guinea savanna of Nigeria. Tropical Science, 46(3), 129-133.
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Phosphorus fertilizer was applied at two rates to four soyabean varieties of different duration to maturity at four sites. The P rate had no significant (p > 0.05) interaction with site or variety. TGx1670-1F, one of the two late varieties, had the highest levels of total P (11 kg/ha) and apparent fertilizer P recovery (15%).
SubjectsSOYBEAN; LIVELIHOODS; FARM MANAGEMENT; FOOD SECURITY; HANDLING, TRANSPORT, STORAGE AND PROTECTION OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS; RESEARCH METHOD; CROP HUSBANDRY; INTEGRATED SOIL FERTILITY MANAGEMENT; CROP SYSTEMS; FARMING SYSTEMS
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