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twraska
Posted 12/1/2012 09:15 (#2726503 - in reply to #2724834)
Subject: Re: question about crop nutrient removal, not typical?


Wallis, TX
soil consult - 11/30/2012 09:45

If there is no crop removal, how can you have nitrogen leaching? The plant has nitrogen in it and it would be considered organic N and needs to be converted by the biology to be used. You could leach some N if the plant doesn't uptake what's in the soil.


Could you not also leach the N if it is mineralized before the next crop needs it?
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