PL EN


Preferences help
enabled [disable] Abstract
Number of results
2012 | 45 | 1 |
Article title

INFLUENCE OF LONG-TERM FERTILIZATION AND CROP ROTATION IN DIFFERENT SYSTEMS OF PLANTS CULTIVATION ON THE CONTENT OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON IN SOIL

Content
Title variants
Languages of publication
EN
Abstracts
EN
The aim of study was to assess the influence of cultivated plant species (potato and rye) in monoculture and in crop rotation as well as the impact of the applied fertilizers on the content of soil organic carbon which was extracted by a 0.004 M CaCl2 solution (EOC). Soil samples were taken from a long-term static fertilization experiment carried out in Skierniewice, Poland. The content of TOC in the soil of the plots fertilized with manure was higher than in objects with mineral fertilization. In monoculture, the higher mean content of EOC was found in soil organic matter under the rye and in crop rotation system in soil under potato. Regardless to cultivated plant species as well as regardless to type of fertilization higher contribution of EOC was determined in crop rotation system than in monoculture. Regardless to cultivated plant species, EOC contribution in organic carbon (TOC) in both cultivation systems depended on fertilizer and was highest in the soil fertilized with NPK.
Keywords
EN
 
Year
Volume
45
Issue
1
Physical description
Dates
published
2012
online
05 - 04 - 2016
Contributors
References
  • [1] A n g e r s D.A., B i s s o n n e t t e N., L e g e r e A., S a m s o n N.: Can. J. Soil Sci., 73, 39, 1993.
  • [2] A s m a r F., E l a n d F., N i e l s e n N. E.: Biol. Fert. Soils, 17, 32, 1994.
  • [3] C i e ś c i ń s k a B.: Humic Subst. Ecosys., 7, 45, 2007.
  • [4] C i e ś c i ń s k a B., D ê b s k a B.: Roczn. Glebozn., 60, 3, 39, 2009.
  • [5] D ę b s k a B., G o n e t S. S.: Nawozy i Nawo¿enie, 1, 209, 2002.
  • [6] G o n e t S., D ę b s k a B., P a k u ł a J.: 2002. Zawartość rozpuszczonego węgla organicznego w glebach i nawozach organicznych. PTSH, Wroc³aw, 76, 2002.
  • [7] H e r b a u t s J.: Plant Soil, 54, 317, 1980.
  • [8] Hadas A., Feigenbaum S., S o f e r M., M o l i n a J.A.E., Czapp C.E.: Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 57, 996, 1993.
  • [9] L i n n D.M., D o r a n J.W.: Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 48, 1267, 1984.
  • [10] Mckenney D. J., Wang S.W., D r u r y C.F., F i n d l a y W. I.: Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J., 57, 1013, 1993.
  • [11] S c h u m a n G.: J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci., 163, 523, 2000.
  • [12] M e r c i k S.: Wieloletnie statyczne doświadczenia nawozowe w Skierniewicach. SGGW, Warszawa-Skierniewice, 9, 2000.
  • [13] R e i n e r s t e n S.A., E l l i o t t L. F., C o c h r a n V. L., C a m p b e l l G. S.: Soil Biol. Biochem., 16, 459, 1984.
  • [14] Z a u j e c A.: Soil organic matter as indicator of soil quality and human influences on agroecosystem and natural forest ecosystem. [In]: Soil Anthropization. Ed. J. Sobocka. Proc. Int. Workshop, Bratislava, Slovakia, 165, 2001.
  • [15] Z s o l n a y A., G ö r l i t z H.: Soil Biol. Biochem., 26, 1257, 1994.
  • [16] Z s o l n a y A.: The Prediction of the Environmental Function of the Dissolved Organic Mater (DOM) in Ecosystems. ESF Exploratory Workshop, Beilngries, Germany. Sci. Report, 1, 2001.
Document Type
Publication order reference
Identifiers
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_17951_pjss_2012_45_1_95
JavaScript is turned off in your web browser. Turn it on to take full advantage of this site, then refresh the page.