IJEP 41(12): 1418-1427 : Vol. 41 Issue. 12 (December 2021)
1. Wolaita Sodo University, Department of Plant Sciences, College of Agriculture, Ethiopia, East Africa
2. Wolaita Sodo University, Department of Rural Development and Agricultural Extension, College of Agricul-ture, Ethiopia, East Africa
Acidic soil, adsorption isotherm models, Soil properties, Standard phosphorous requirement
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