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Downward movement of dolomite, kieserite or a mixture of CaCO (sub 3) and kieserite through the upper layers of an acid forest soil






Water, Air and Soil Pollution 95(1-4): 353-379

Downward movement of dolomite, kieserite or a mixture of CaCO (sub 3) and kieserite through the upper layers of an acid forest soil



Accession: 018771812



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Ponette, Q.; Duffey, J.E.; Weissen, F., 1997: Downward movement of dolomite, kieserite or a mixture of CaCO-3 and kieserite through the upper layers of an acid forest soil. Liming and fertilization are important tools for improving the chemical status of acid, base poor forest soils. The downward movement of dolomite, kieserite and a mixture of CaCO-3 and kieserite was investigated by monitoring the leachates and exc...

Ponette, Q.D.ffey, J.; Weissen, F., 1997: Downward movement of dolomite, kieserite or a mixture of CaCO3 and kiesertie through the upper layers of an acid forest soil. Water air and soil pollution 95(1-4): 353-379

Ponette, Q.D.fey, J.; Weissen, F.P.aag, H.-Van, 1993: Downward efects of dolomite and kieserite on two acid soils differing in their organic carbon content. Communications in soil science and plant analysis4(13-14): 1439-1452

Ponette, Q.; Dufey, J.E.; Weissen, F.; Van Praag, H.J., 1993: Downward effects of dolomite and kieserite on two acid soils differing in their organic carbon content. Mg application proved to be a valuable tool for the revitalization and restabilization of declining forest ecosystems growing on acid soils. Adequate fertilization however still requires clear understanding of the downward effects associated with...

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Kosasih, 1986: The use of dolomite as a substitute for kieserite for oil palm seedlings of Dumpy dura X pisifera. In greenhouse trials, the use of dolomite at 12.426 g/10 kg soil as a substitute for kieserite [magnesium sulphate] as a source of Mg showed that growth, dry matter accumulation and uptake of N, P, K, Ca and Mg did not (statistically) show any sig...

Kosasih ; Majnu, M., 1987: Effects of dolomite and kieserite on the growth and metabolite contents of six-month-old seedlings of Dumpy Dura X Pisifera oil palms. The experiment was conducted in a glasshouse with yellow podzolic top soil (0-20 cm) of pH 4.46. Dolomite was applied at 11.0 (treatment D I) or 82.0 g/5 kg soil (D II). Kieserite [magnesium sulphate] was applied in quantities equivalent to Mg con...

Sluijsmans, C.M.J., 1964: Changes in the magnesium status of the soil as a result of fertilizing with kieserite. 2. On sandy soils averaging 4.2% humus, the Mg remaining in autumn after Mg fertilizing is about 2/3 of that on northern sandy soils averaging 7.5% humus. A positive correlation exists between MgO content of the soil and pH; this is not entirely attr...

Doboszynski, L.; Kalinska, D., 1992: Suitability of kieserite-carnallite mixture (carnallite) from Kodawa as a fertilizer of grassland. In trials at Wizna, Biebrza, Falenty and Bydgoszcz started in 1981, a kieserite-carnallite mixture from Kodawa, KCl or a 1:2 mixture of the two were applied to grassland at 60, 120 or 180 kg K2O/ha annually. Results for 1984-86 are presented. Yiel...