No outliers were removed except for the extractable
P, total P and extractable
K data from one quadrat at the dairy farm in September 2012 because very high concentrations at all depth increments were interpreted as likely resulting from a feeding station previously being present (215-464 mg [kg.
While samples had 9 to 12 percent mass losses on water extraction, a comparison of %N in residual, extracted resinated fiber material revealed that similar levels of extractable
nitrogen (~60%) were removed (Table 2).
The reported optimum range of extractable
soil P levels is only 40 - 50 mg extractable
P/kg soil (Daniels et al.
Compared to the RDA, the acid extractable
fraction of the magnesium content, which is the amount potentially available for absorption, was low (Figure 1).
001) increase in the concentration of extractable
As, Cd, Cu, Pb, and Zn in soil.
According to the company, by the results of the exploration drilling the expected adding of the extractable
oil supplies of Gazprom Neft upped by 10% versus the similar period of 2009 and reached 12 mn tons, which forms more than half of the annual plan.
First, the transaction leads to total reserves of above 100m barrels of extractable
Malawi could join the elite uranium club if exploration results from the south of the country confirm the presence of economically extractable
Chevron estimates the region could hold 3 billion to 15 billion barrels of extractable
oil and gas.
Drewrad 150 resins have extremely low levels of extractable
compounds upon UV cure, while providing excellent performance in demanding food packaging applications, according to the company.
Turner and Hummel (1992) found few beneficial growth effects from K applications to cool-season turfgrasses, even when extractable
soil K concentrations were relatively low.
T 428 om04 Hot water extractable
acidity or alkalinity of paper