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Interpreting redox potential (Eh) and diffusive fluxes of phosphorus (P) and nitrate (NO3−) from commercial rice grown on histosols

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Interpreting redox potential (Eh) and diffusive fluxes of phosphorus (P) and nitrate (NO3−) from commercial rice grown on histosols
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Paddy & Water Environment, August 2019
DOI 10.1007/s10333-019-00772-9
Authors

Jehangir H. Bhadha, Raju Khatiwada, Mohsen Tootoonchi, Jay Capasso

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