The Evaluation of the Fertilizing and Yield Potential of Straw and Cellulose Manure release_wsj4ieljsfhjbj2son2un6wcqq

by Oryna Słobodzian-Ksenicz, Jacek Bojarski

Published in Civil and Environmental Engineering Reports by Walter de Gruyter GmbH.

2017   Volume 24, p185-193


<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title> The objective of the study was to determine the physicochemical properties as well as the fertilizing and crop-yielding value of straw and cellulose manure after a 6-month storage period. Before field application pH value and contents of dry matter, TC, Corg. and N in cellulose manure were higher than in straw manure. The application of cellulose manure caused an increase in pH and the contents of P and K in the soil. The contents of DM, TC, Corg., as well as N and P in the rye grain collected from a field with cellulose manure were higher than in the rye grain collected from a field with straw manure. It follows that the soil fertilized with the cellulose manure was more conducive to the mineralization and sorption of macroelements assimilable by plants. The cellulose manure demonstrated better fertilizing value than the straw manure and increased the yield potential of the soil.
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