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Comparative effectiveness of fertilization systems in a crop rotation on soddy podzolic sandy soil

Merzlaya, G.E.; Belous, N.M.; Draganskaya, M.G.

Agrokhimiya 1: 42-47


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In a field experiment on soddy-podzolic sandy soil, different fertilization systems were comparatively studied. The most effective system was the combined application of manure of horned cattle in a dose containing 250 kilograms per hectare of nitrogen with the straw of winter rye in the amount of 5 tons per hectare. Under these conditions, the productivity of a four-field crop rotation increased 1.4 times and a self-supporting humus balance and a positive phosphorus balance in the soil were achieved.

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