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Characteristics of the long-term meadow experiments in Janki and Laszczki; a description of the sites, soils, treatments and some results



Characteristics of the long-term meadow experiments in Janki and Laszczki; a description of the sites, soils, treatments and some results



Effects of liming and nitrogen fertilizer application on soil acidity and gaseous nitrogen oxide emissions in grassland systems: 14-24



Background information about the long-term field experiments on permanent grassland in Janki and Laszczki, Poland, is presented. These experiments have been established in 1981 to examine the long-term effects of lime and nitrogen fertilizer applications on the dynamics of calcium ion in the soil profiles, soil pH and the properties of the soil sorption complex and quality of the harvested grass (Dactylis glomerata, Phleum pratense, Poa pratensis and Agropyron repens.

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