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Effect of Compost and Nano-Hydroxyapatite on Phosphorus Nutrition and some Properties of Calcareous Soil
Journal of Soil Sciences and Agricultural Engineering
Cultivation of calcareous soils faces many difficulties due to its properties, as it lacks organic matter, as well as low availability of nutrients, especially phosphorous. This study, using two cereal crops (wheat and barley) to study the effect of compost as a source of organic matter and nano-hydroxyapatite as a source of phosphorus onsome properties of calcareous soil and P content in plants. The main plots were compost (C) with three doses C0 (without C), C1 (12 ton/ha) and C2 (24 ton/ha),doi:10.21608/jssae.2022.155978.1098 fatcat:abp6wbl2anbj7mm634o2rt4d4q