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252. Allmaras, R.R., K. Ward and J. Kraft. 1980. Liming effects in a wheat-pea rotation - A progress report.. OR Agr. Expt. Sta. Special Report 571, p. 73-77.
Liming Walla Walla silt loams with pH as low as 5.2 may produce responses as great as 14% in wheat, but pea responses are much less than expected. Fusarium propagule counts have shown a steady decline in the 0 to 6-in layer because of liming, but there has been no liming effect on propagule counts in the 6 to 12-in layer, where Fusarium propagule counts are high enough to damage peas.

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