Changes in productivity of a vegetable crop rotation and of fertility of a leached Chernozem as dependent on application of organic and mineral fertilizers. Note 2. Effect of peat and mineral fertilizers on productivity of crop rotations, changes in structural composition and on soil water and agrochemical properties of soil

Almazov, B.N.; Kholuyako, L.T.

Agrokhimiya (3): 51-56

1990


ISSN/ISBN: 0002-1881
Accession: 002045374

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Abstract
Fertilizer application to a rotation of vegetable crops and potatoes improved soil structure, soil composition and hydrophysical properties, decreased its hydrolytic activity, and increased the total absorbed bases and mobile P in the soil. With the introduction of peat, it also increased the soil's organic matter content.