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- Sárdi, Katalin
- Agrokémia és talajtan 2015 v.64 no.1 pp. 199-208
- Cambisols; Luvisols; fertilizer application; field experimentation; nutrient content; nutrient management; phosphorus; phosphorus fertilizers; pollution; residual effects; risk; soil sampling; soil water; solubility; temperature
- ... It is well-known fact that the problems involved in the application of phosphorus play an outstanding role in nutrient management, as this macroelement may not only increase the plant-available P content in the soil but may also result in environmental risks above a certain critical concentration. To achieve environmentally sound nutrient management, efficiency needs to be improved through the inc ...
- Dunai, Attila; Tóth, Zoltán
- Agrokémia és talajtan 2015 v.64 no.1 pp. 29-52
- aggregate stability; air drying; binding agents; crop rotation; fertilizer application; field experimentation; forest soils; long term effects; nitrogen fertilizers; organic matter; plowing; sieving; soil aggregates; soil fertility; soil sampling; soil separates; soil structure; Netherlands
- ... The information about the stability of soil aggregates is essential either to sustain and increase soil fertility and productivity or to conserve soil. The status of soil structure, the size of soil particles, as well as their resistance against water and the physical disturbance caused by tillage equipments are good indicators of agronomic value and fertility of soil („agronomic soil structure”). ...