+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

The influence of organic fertilization and liming on vegetable yields (onion, cucumber, cabbage) at different levels of mineral fertilization

Acta Horticulturae (29): 279-281

The influence of organic fertilization and liming on vegetable yields (onion, cucumber, cabbage) at different levels of mineral fertilization

Basal dressings of sphagnum peat or brown coal, each at 100 m3/ha, were applied once as the organic manures, and CaCO3 at 1 - 2 t/ha was applied annually. Plots with the organic manures received (a) 200 kg N + 200 kg P2O5 + 200 kg K2O/ha, and these rates were (b) doubled and (c) trebled. The highest cabbage, onion and cucumber yields were obtained in (b), (a) and (a), respectively. In (c) soil salinity was observed.

Accession: 000235181

Related references

Beresniewicz, A.; Nowosielski, O.; Trzecki, S.; Chojnacka, W., 1989: Effect of the fertilization with brown coal and of liming on cabbage and onion yields and soil properties. In a four year experiment at Skierniewice (Poland) the effect of brown coal and liming at several P and K fertilizer levels on onion and cabbage yields and soil properties was determined. Brown coal was applied in autumn at 400 msuperscript 3/ha,...

Wicke, Hj, 1969: The influence of forage growing as well as of organic and mineral fertilization on the yields in the Seehausen crop rotation fertilization trial. Albrecht Thaer Archiv: 3 (5) 443-453

Verliere, G., 1973: The mineral nutrition and fertilization of coffee on schist soil in the Ivory Coast. II. Influence of mineral fertilization on yields. III. Relationship between yields and leaf mineral composition. Part II: The principal effects and first and second order interactions were calculated in a factorial NPK trial during 1963-68. Responses to N, P and K were positive, and the responses to P and the P X K interaction were significant. The recommend...

Duch, J., 1979: Effect of fertilization with town refuse compost, milled peat and FYM on vegetable yield and structure of compact soil. I. Vegetable yield obtained as a result of organic fertilization under low and high mineral fertilization. In long-term trials (1964-1974) with various crops the experimental plots received the following treatments biennially: (1) no organic manure; (2) FYM at 10 t/ha; (3) town refuse compost, TRC, at 10 t/ha; (4) milled peat at 10 t/ha; (5) TRC at 20...

Jagoda, J.G.ajewska, H.C.arzewska, W., 1970: Effectiveness of irrigation and organic and mineral fertilization in cucumber and onion culture

Jagoda, J.G.ajewska, H.C.arzewska, W.S.apski, H.V.scardi, K., 1970: Effect of irrigation, mineral fertilization and organic manuring on yields and keeping quality of onion

Buczak E., 1967: Mineral and organic fertilizing in the crop rotation of vegetables iii influence of farm manure and green manure fertilizing as well as exclusively mineral fertilization on the vegetable yields. Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych Seria A Produkcja Roslinna 92(4): 629-652

Jagoda, J.G.ajewska, H.C.arzewska, W.S.apski, H.V.scardi, K., 1970: Effect of sprinkling irrigation and mineral nitrogenous fertilization as well as organic manuring on cucumber yields

Pawlus, M.; Rudnicki, F., 1984: Influence of irrigation, mineral fertilization and density of plants on the yields of fodder cabbage in the second crop. In trials on sandy soil in 1978-80, fodder cabbage [Brassica oleracea] was grown after a catch crop of forage rye, at plant densities of 15, 25 or 35 plants/msuperscript 2 with or without irrigation and was given 150 or 300 kg N + 60 kg P2O5 + 120...

Zaniewicz Bajkowska, A., 2000: Influence of organic fertilization and liming on the contents of cadmium and lead in soil and in brittle lettuce, Samba variety, grown in the third year after fertilization. The residual effects of applying farmyard manure, rye straw or green manures (winter rye or winter vetch) as well as liming were studied in the third year after treatment in field trials at Zawada, Poland on Samba lettuces. The E-30 road which pas...