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Effect Of Incubation Periods And Some Organic Materials On Phosphorus Forms In Calcareous Soils

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AUTHOR(S)

Hamed M. H., M. A. El-Desoky, A. M.Ghallab, M. A. Faragallah

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: Organic materials; Incubation; P forms and Calcareous soils.

 

ABSTRACT

Abstract. An incubation experiment was carried out in plastic pots to study the application effects of the investigated organic materials (Humic acid (HA), Vinase (V), Clover straw (CS), and Ethylene diamin tetra acetic acid (EDTA).) on P forms in calcareous soils. Each organic material was applied to 200g soil at two levels (2.5 and 5.0%) as organic matter. The experiment was carried out for incubation time periods (0, 30, 60, and 120 days). The results indicated that the addition of all investigated organic materials caused increases in most soil P forms (Resin-P, organic-Po, inorganic-Pi, and HCl-P) of the studied soils. These increases in P forms depended upon the type and level of the used organic material, the time of incubation and the soil type. Generally, in all studied soils, the investigated organic materials had the order of Vinasse > HA > CS > EDTA.

 

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