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Opportunities for mobilizing recalcitrant phosphorus from agricultural soils: a review

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Opportunities for mobilizing recalcitrant phosphorus from agricultural soils : a review. / Blackburn, Daniel Menezes; Giles, Courtney D.; Darch, Tegan; George, Timothy S.; Blackwell, Martin S. A.; Stutter, Marc; Shand, Charles; Lumsdon, David; Cooper, Patricia; Wendler, Renate; Brown, Lawrie; Almeida, Danilo S.; Wearing, Catherine Louise; Zhang, Hao; Haygarth, Philip Matthew.

In: Plant and Soil, Vol. 427, No. 1-2, 06.2018, p. 5-16.

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Blackburn, DM, Giles, CD, Darch, T, George, TS, Blackwell, MSA, Stutter, M, Shand, C, Lumsdon, D, Cooper, P, Wendler, R, Brown, L, Almeida, DS, Wearing, CL, Zhang, H & Haygarth, PM 2018, 'Opportunities for mobilizing recalcitrant phosphorus from agricultural soils: a review', Plant and Soil, vol. 427, no. 1-2, pp. 5-16. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11104-017-3362-2

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Blackburn, D. M., Giles, C. D., Darch, T., George, T. S., Blackwell, M. S. A., Stutter, M., Shand, C., Lumsdon, D., Cooper, P., Wendler, R., Brown, L., Almeida, D. S., Wearing, C. L., Zhang, H., & Haygarth, P. M. (2018). Opportunities for mobilizing recalcitrant phosphorus from agricultural soils: a review. Plant and Soil, 427(1-2), 5-16. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11104-017-3362-2

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Blackburn DM, Giles CD, Darch T, George TS, Blackwell MSA, Stutter M et al. Opportunities for mobilizing recalcitrant phosphorus from agricultural soils: a review. Plant and Soil. 2018 Jun;427(1-2):5-16. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11104-017-3362-2

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Blackburn, Daniel Menezes ; Giles, Courtney D. ; Darch, Tegan ; George, Timothy S. ; Blackwell, Martin S. A. ; Stutter, Marc ; Shand, Charles ; Lumsdon, David ; Cooper, Patricia ; Wendler, Renate ; Brown, Lawrie ; Almeida, Danilo S. ; Wearing, Catherine Louise ; Zhang, Hao ; Haygarth, Philip Matthew. / Opportunities for mobilizing recalcitrant phosphorus from agricultural soils : a review. In: Plant and Soil. 2018 ; Vol. 427, No. 1-2. pp. 5-16.

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title = "Opportunities for mobilizing recalcitrant phosphorus from agricultural soils: a review",
abstract = "BackgroundPhosphorus (P) fertilizer is usually applied in excess of plant requirement and accumulates in soils due to its strong adsorption, rapid precipitation and immobilisation into unavailable forms including organic moieties. As soils are complex and diverse chemical, biochemical and biological systems, strategies to access recalcitrant soil P are often inefficient, case specific and inconsistently applicable in different soils. Finding a near-universal or at least widely applicable solution to the inefficiency in agricultural P use by plants is an important unsolved problem that has been under investigation for more than half a century.ScopeIn this paper we critically review the strategies proposed for the remobilization of recalcitrant soil phosphorus for crops and pastures worldwide. We have additionally performed a meta-analysis of available soil 31P–NMR data to establish the potential agronomic value of different stored P forms in agricultural soils.ConclusionsSoil inorganic P stocks accounted on average for 1006 ± 115 kg ha−1 (57 ± 7%), while the monoester P pool accounted for 587 ± 32 kg ha−1 (33 ± 2%), indicating the huge potential for the future agronomic use of the soil legacy P. New impact driven research is needed in order to create solutions for the sustainable management of soil P stocks.",
keywords = "Phosphorus, Organic phosphorus , Soil, Crops, Fertilizer, Plant nutrition ",
author = "Blackburn, {Daniel Menezes} and Giles, {Courtney D.} and Tegan Darch and George, {Timothy S.} and Blackwell, {Martin S. A.} and Marc Stutter and Charles Shand and David Lumsdon and Patricia Cooper and Renate Wendler and Lawrie Brown and Almeida, {Danilo S.} and Wearing, {Catherine Louise} and Hao Zhang and Haygarth, {Philip Matthew}",
year = "2018",
month = jun,
doi = "10.1007/s11104-017-3362-2",
language = "English",
volume = "427",
pages = "5--16",
journal = "Plant and Soil",
issn = "0032-079X",
publisher = "Springer International Publishing AG",
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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Opportunities for mobilizing recalcitrant phosphorus from agricultural soils

T2 - a review

AU - Blackburn, Daniel Menezes

AU - Giles, Courtney D.

AU - Darch, Tegan

AU - George, Timothy S.

AU - Blackwell, Martin S. A.

AU - Stutter, Marc

AU - Shand, Charles

AU - Lumsdon, David

AU - Cooper, Patricia

AU - Wendler, Renate

AU - Brown, Lawrie

AU - Almeida, Danilo S.

AU - Wearing, Catherine Louise

AU - Zhang, Hao

AU - Haygarth, Philip Matthew

PY - 2018/6

Y1 - 2018/6

N2 - BackgroundPhosphorus (P) fertilizer is usually applied in excess of plant requirement and accumulates in soils due to its strong adsorption, rapid precipitation and immobilisation into unavailable forms including organic moieties. As soils are complex and diverse chemical, biochemical and biological systems, strategies to access recalcitrant soil P are often inefficient, case specific and inconsistently applicable in different soils. Finding a near-universal or at least widely applicable solution to the inefficiency in agricultural P use by plants is an important unsolved problem that has been under investigation for more than half a century.ScopeIn this paper we critically review the strategies proposed for the remobilization of recalcitrant soil phosphorus for crops and pastures worldwide. We have additionally performed a meta-analysis of available soil 31P–NMR data to establish the potential agronomic value of different stored P forms in agricultural soils.ConclusionsSoil inorganic P stocks accounted on average for 1006 ± 115 kg ha−1 (57 ± 7%), while the monoester P pool accounted for 587 ± 32 kg ha−1 (33 ± 2%), indicating the huge potential for the future agronomic use of the soil legacy P. New impact driven research is needed in order to create solutions for the sustainable management of soil P stocks.

AB - BackgroundPhosphorus (P) fertilizer is usually applied in excess of plant requirement and accumulates in soils due to its strong adsorption, rapid precipitation and immobilisation into unavailable forms including organic moieties. As soils are complex and diverse chemical, biochemical and biological systems, strategies to access recalcitrant soil P are often inefficient, case specific and inconsistently applicable in different soils. Finding a near-universal or at least widely applicable solution to the inefficiency in agricultural P use by plants is an important unsolved problem that has been under investigation for more than half a century.ScopeIn this paper we critically review the strategies proposed for the remobilization of recalcitrant soil phosphorus for crops and pastures worldwide. We have additionally performed a meta-analysis of available soil 31P–NMR data to establish the potential agronomic value of different stored P forms in agricultural soils.ConclusionsSoil inorganic P stocks accounted on average for 1006 ± 115 kg ha−1 (57 ± 7%), while the monoester P pool accounted for 587 ± 32 kg ha−1 (33 ± 2%), indicating the huge potential for the future agronomic use of the soil legacy P. New impact driven research is needed in order to create solutions for the sustainable management of soil P stocks.

KW - Phosphorus

KW - Organic phosphorus

KW - Soil

KW - Crops

KW - Fertilizer

KW - Plant nutrition

U2 - 10.1007/s11104-017-3362-2

DO - 10.1007/s11104-017-3362-2

M3 - Journal article

VL - 427

SP - 5

EP - 16

JO - Plant and Soil

JF - Plant and Soil

SN - 0032-079X

IS - 1-2

ER -