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Effect of successive applications of cow manure compost on growth of crops and the chemical properties of the soil



Effect of successive applications of cow manure compost on growth of crops and the chemical properties of the soil



Bulletin of the Agricultural Research Institute of Kanagawa Prefecture ( 136): 31-42



In field experiments over 15 years in upland fields and 17 years in lowland fields, mineral fertilizers where applied with or without FYM to cabbages, sweetcorn and rice. In the upland fields, cabbage and sweetcorn yields were highest when chemical fertilizers were applied with FYM. In the lowland rice fields, yields were similar with and without FYM. In both areas soil pH and CaO and MgO contents decreased and K2O and available P2O5 contents increased, particularly in manured plots.

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