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p.109-119 from the 34th Annual Northwest Conference at Portland, Oregon. July 12-14, 1983.

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  • Experiments at the North Willamette Experiment Station have evaluated response of vegetables to lime and other fertilizers since 1970. The soils are moderately acid (pH 5.4 to 5.6), high in P, and better drained than most soils used for vegetable crop production in western Oregon. Typical soil acidity problems such as Mn toxicity are probably less severe than for many soils with comparable pH values. Therefore, lime responses at this location might be less than would be expected for many Willamette Valley soils.
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  • The Soil Improvement Committee of the Plant Food Association in cooperation with The State Universities of the Northwest.
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