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Effects of mixing maize straw with soil and placement ...

Mar 01, 2020  Effects of mixing straw with soil and placement depths on straw decomposition rate. The remaining maize straw mass was 34.7%–48.4% of its original weight after the first year and 15.3%–19.3% after the second year in STO, and 10.9%–15.5% and 2.4%–10.3% in SSM at the two sites respectively . The mass loss of maize straw in STO fell

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Effects of mixing maize straw with soil and placement ...

Effects of mixing maize straw with soil and placement depths on decomposition rates and products at two cold sites in the mollisol region of China March 2020 Soil

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The effect of maize straw placement ... - Wiley Online Library

Maize straw (a C 4 plant) labelled with 15 N was added to soils (13.2 g dry matter kg –1 soil) which previously had grown only C 3 plants, establishing two treatments: (i) soil mixed with maize straw (mixed), and (ii) soil with maize straw applied on the surface (surface). Samples were incubated in the laboratory at 14°C for 365 days.

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The effect of maize straw placement on ... - Wiley

Sep 05, 2008  Maize straw (a C 4 plant) labelled with 15 N was added to soils (13.2 g dry matter kg –1 soil) which previously had grown only C 3 plants, establishing two treatments: (i) soil mixed with maize straw (mixed), and (ii) soil with maize straw applied on the surface (surface). Samples were incubated in the laboratory at 14°C for 365 days.

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Effects of biochar and maize straw on the short-term ...

By day 35, maize straw, irrespective of the rate of biochar addition, significantly increased microbial biomass C and N but decreased dissolved organic N. Biochar alone, however, had no significant effect on either microbial biomass C or N but decreased dissolved organic N. Mixing the soil with biochar and/or straw significantly increased soil ...

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Soil and Tillage Research Vol 197, March 2020 ...

Effects of mixing maize straw with soil and placement depths on decomposition rates and products at two cold sites in the mollisol region of China Ya Han, Shui-Hong Yao, Heng Jiang, Xuan-liang Ge, ...

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Effects of straw mulching on soil evaporation ... - Springer

Mar 27, 2018  高达12%返现  To study the effect of straw mulching on soil water evaporation, it is necessary to measure soil water evaporation under different conditions of straw mulching during the soil thawing period. A field experiment was conducted in winter, and soil evaporation was measured using a microlysimeter on bare land (LD) and 4500 (GF4500),

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Jingdong MAO Professor (Full) PhD Old Dominion ...

Effects of mixing maize straw with soil and placement depths on decomposition rates and products at two cold sites in the mollisol region of China ...

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The effect of maize straw placement ... - Wiley Online Library

Maize straw (a C 4 plant) labelled with 15 N was added to soils (13.2 g dry matter kg –1 soil) which previously had grown only C 3 plants, establishing two treatments: (i) soil mixed with maize straw (mixed), and (ii) soil with maize straw applied on the surface (surface). Samples were incubated in the laboratory at 14°C for 365 days.

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ZhangBin - iarrp.caas.cn

Effects of mixing maize straw with soil and placement depths on decomposition rates and products at two cold sites in the Mollisol region of China, Soil Tillage Research, 2020, DOI: 10.1016/j.still.2019.104519

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Effect of Returning Methods of Maize Straw and Nitrogen ...

Effect of Returning Methods of Maize Straw and Nitrogen Treatments on Soil Physicochemical Property and Yield of Winter Wheat PANG Dang-Wei, CHEN Jin, TANG Yu-Hai, YIN Yan-Ping, YANG Dong-Qing, CUI Zheng-Yong, ZHENG Meng-Jing, LI Yong, and WANG Zhen-Lin*

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Effect of placement of straw mulch on soil conservation ...

Mulching affects soil nutrient dynamics and crop yields. The effects of quantity and method of application of wheat straw mulch on soil loss, nutrient accumulation, nutrient loss, and wheat yield were evaluated in a field experiment in the acidic, dark red, Rhodic Ferralsols of Kenya. The experiment involved three levels of wheat straw mulch (0, 3, and 5 Mg•ha–1) either

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Impact of loosening and straw addition to the ... - Wiley

May 04, 2021  The effects of loosening (L) and loosening + straw (LS) ∼60 Mg ha –1 into the subsoil (25–40 cm depth) on crop yield, water flow, and the nitrogen (N) balance components under bare soil conditions and a barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) crop were investigated in an about 21-mo lysimeter study and compared with a control treatment.

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Effects of different long-term crop straw management ...

12.68 for wheat straw and 12.71 for maize straw. 2.2. Measurement of NH 3 volatilization The NH 3 volatilization was measured using a dynamic chamber method. The sampling system was composed of avacuumpump,acylindricaldynamicchamber(poly-methyl methacrylate, with a height of 15 cm and inner diameter of 20 cm), and an acid trap (60 ml 0.05 mol L ...

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Zinc fertilizer placement affects zinc content in maize ...

Oct 01, 2013  Background and aims Adequate zinc (Zn) in maize (Zea mays L.) is required for obtaining Zn-enriched grain and optimum yield. This study investigated the impact of varying Zn fertilizer placements on Zn accumulation in maize plant. Methods Two pot experiments with same design were conducted to investigate the effect of soil Zn heterogeneity by mixing

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Pyrolysis Improves the Effect of Straw Amendment on ... - MDPI

The use of straw as a soil amendment is a well-known and recommended agronomy practice, but it can lead to negative effects on the soil and crop yield. It has been hypothesized that many problems related to the burying of straw can be overcome by pyrolyzing it. The objective of this study was to determine the effect of straw and its biochar on the biomass production of

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Precision Nutrient Rates and Placement in Conservation ...

The higher yield of maize (36.7% to 47.24%) in the PB system with Nutrient Expert (NE)-based fertilizer management related to CT system with FFP might be because of the combined effect of improved soil physical health due to residue retention in the field, appropriate nutrient dose and application methods together with better water regimes.

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Structural evidence for soil organic matter turnover ...

Effects of mixing maize straw with soil and placement depths on decomposition rates and products at two cold sites in the mollisol region of China Y. Han , S. Yao , +5 authors B. Zhang Environmental Science

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Soil Tillage Research

Using litterbags containing maize (Zea mays. L) straw only (STO) or straw-soil mixture (SSM), this study aimed to determine the influence of mixing straw with soil and straw placement depths on decomposition rates and decomposition products, and to understand the relation of chemical composition of straw residues with straw decomposition rates.

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Influence of phosphocompost application on ... - SCIRP

Phospho compost application is important with respect to soil fertility and plant nutrition. Therefore, the objective was to evaluate the influence of phospho compost application on P availability and uptake by maize in red soil. The phosphorus applied in the form of phospho compost, as compare to rock phosphate and super phosphate at a rate of 50 and 100 mg

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Mulch influence on soil temperature and corn growth

Kruger (1947) applied 2 to 3 inches of straw mulch to fruit trees in South Africa. Water penetrated to 30 inches in the mulched soil but only to 18 Inches in unmulehed soil. Soil temperature of the mulched soil was 60 to 65° F. and of the unmulehed soil up to 130° F. On sandy soil in Texas, Moldenhauer (1959) found that the moisture conserved by

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ZhangBin - iarrp.caas.cn

Effects of mixing maize straw with soil and placement depths on decomposition rates and products at two cold sites in the Mollisol region of China, Soil Tillage Research, 2020, DOI: 10.1016/j.still.2019.104519

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Effects of application of corn straw on soil microbial ...

This study investigated the influence of corn straw application on soil microbial communities and the relationship between such communities and soil properties in black soil. The crop used in this study was maize (Zea mays L.). The five treatments

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Can transgenic maize affect soil microbial communities?

Sep 29, 2006  Litter placement is known for its strong influence on the soil decomposer communities. The effects of the addition of crop residues on respiration and catabolic activities of the bacterial community were examined in microcosm experiments. ... Reaped crop residues, comparable to post-harvest maize straw (a common practice in current agriculture ...

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Zinc fertilizer placement affects zinc content in maize plant

Zinc fertilizer placement affects zinc content in maize plant ... were conducted to investigate the effect of soil Zn heterogeneity by mixing ZnS04-7H20 (10 mg Zn kg-1 soil on an average) in 10-15, 0-15, 25-30, 0-30, 30-60 and 0-60 cm soil layers on maize ... Zinc concentrations in straw and grain samples were.

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Impact of loosening and straw addition to the ... - Wiley

May 04, 2021  The effects of loosening (L) and loosening + straw (LS) ∼60 Mg ha –1 into the subsoil (25–40 cm depth) on crop yield, water flow, and the nitrogen (N) balance components under bare soil conditions and a barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) crop were investigated in an about 21-mo lysimeter study and compared with a control treatment.

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Mulch influence on soil temperature and corn growth

Kruger (1947) applied 2 to 3 inches of straw mulch to fruit trees in South Africa. Water penetrated to 30 inches in the mulched soil but only to 18 Inches in unmulehed soil. Soil temperature of the mulched soil was 60 to 65° F. and of the unmulehed soil up to 130° F. On sandy soil in Texas, Moldenhauer (1959) found that the moisture conserved by

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Agronomy Journal: Vol 113, No 2 - ACSESS

The 2-yr field experiment on rainfed maize was carried out using straw mulch and biochar. Positive effects of straw mulch and biochar supplemented on the soil temperature were observed. A significant impact on soil nutrients and yield of rainfed maize crop was indicated.

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The effects of organic and mineral fertilizers on ... - Wiley

Feb 27, 2018  Straw effect on crop yield was also negative but more stable over time, with a mean decrease of 5% (Figure 3, Table 5). This negative effect was observed on all crops except spring oat and was slightly more pronounced on maize, spring barley, and rapeseed crops before which cereal straw had been incorporated into the soil (Table 5). 4 DISCUSSION

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FAO FERTILIZER AND PLANT NUTRITION BULLETIN 16

10. The effect of moisture and of soil compaction on the growth of maize plants 54 11. Ranges of exchangeable cation in soil for the interpretation of cation exchange data 59 12. General soil test limits used for classifying soils into different fertility classes 76 13. Interpretation of soil test data for some nutrients in soils with medium ...

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Restoration of Degraded Agricultural Land: A Review

Sep 26, 2018  Restoration of agricultural land is important for sustainability of agriculture and environment. Land is under immense pressure due to ever increasing population thereby ensuing growing demand for food, fiber and shelter. Agricultural land is being deteriorated due to different anthropogenic and natural factors. The basic factors causing soil erosion-induced degradation

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Effects of long-term tillage, terminating no-till and ...

Jul 24, 2018  In the present study, the lower amounts of nitrate-N under MP compared with other tillage treatments could be due to a dilution effect of mixing soil to deeper depth, in addition to a greater potential of immobilization of N by straw (Malhi et al., Reference Malhi, Nyborg and Solberg 1996), nitrate leaching to a deeper depth below 30 cm and ...

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Improved Technologies for Higher Maize Production IntechOpen

Dec 23, 2019  An array of production technologies, from land preparation to harvesting, has been recommended for maize crop. Being non-tillering crop, optimum plant population can be achieved if suitable crop establishment techniques like method of sowing, sowing time, seed rate, seed treatment, crop geometry etc., are followed. Weeds can be managed well either by two

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Fates and Use Efficiency of Nitrogen Fertilizer in Maize ...

Apr 16, 2021  The efficient use of Nitrogen (N) fertilizer benefits both food security and environmental quality. To characterize the fate and the efficiency of fertilizer-N in maize production, we conducted a comprehensive meta-analysis with existing field 15 N-tracer trials. Our results show that higher organic carbon content in the soil is associated with higher 15 N

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Carbon mineralization in soil as influenced by crop ...

Feb 01, 2019  A synergistic effect of mixed residues was found when mungbean residue was added with rice/wheat and maize/wheat residues irrespective of placement (Figure 5). When rice or maize residue was added with wheat residue, there was a decrease in C mineralization irrespective of placement, except in the case of maize + wheat placed on the soil ...

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