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Effect of fertilizer application on the migration of chemical elements with lysimetric waters



Effect of fertilizer application on the migration of chemical elements with lysimetric waters



Pochvoznanie Agrokhimiya i Rastitelna Zashtita 20(4): 48-55



The article presents three year-long investigation about the effect of fertilizer application on the removal of chemical elements from a leached cinnamonic forest soil in lysimetric waters. The data show that Si has the lowest coefficient of water migration and Ca and Na the highest ones in all the studied lysimetric waters. According to the coefficient of water migration the studied elements have been arranged in the following order: Si < K < Mg < P2O5 < Na < Ca. The coefficients of water migration of the studied elements are not influenced by fertilizer application. Applied fertilisers do not change the order of the geochemical mobility of the studied elements.

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