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The effects of various ways of cultivation and different levels of fertilization on soil agrochemical qualities


, : The effects of various ways of cultivation and different levels of fertilization on soil agrochemical qualities. Pol' nohospodarstvo 36(2): 99-106

The effects of long-term minimum soil cultivation at two N fertilization levels on changes in soil chemical properties were studied. After eleven years of direct seeding into untreated soil and straw incorporation into the soil, a slight pH (KCl) increase (of 0.2-0.3 pH) and subsequent exchangeable H+ content decrease as well as an increase of exchangeable cations and total sorption were found.

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