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  1. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    April, 2016
    Belarus

    application on the productivity of crop rotation and agrochemical characteristics of sod-podzol sandy soil. The influence of byproducts ploughing and mineral fertilizer doses on the crop rotation productivity and agrochemical indicators of sod-podzol sandy loam soil is studied. It is established that autumn application of a compensatory dose of nitrogen to the straw did not ensure the increased productivity of crop rotation.

  2. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    April, 2016
    Belarus

    Nowadays evaluation of intake of nutritive substances, especially potassium from organic fertilizers, with atmospheric precipitation and analysis of their losses in environment appears very perspective direction of scientific research. Migration of potassium depends on several factors such as soil composition, climatic conditions, cultivars, quantity of applied mineral fertilizers etc.

  3. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    December, 2016
    Latvia, Belarus

    The prospect of GIS technology to create and to use of soil maps is stated. Conducted a GIS analysis of soil cover the territory of Cherven District showed the predominance of retisols of large areas isomorphic and asymmetrical shapes, three times less than the average area for podzols with isomorphic form. The most complicated form of areas marked for alluvial soil types. Their coefficients of irregularity boundaries typically less than 0.2, and are fluvial forms of areas.

  4. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    December, 2016
    Russia

    The studies were conducted in the Rostov region I 2009-2014. The object of research is black southern chernozems (zonal soils) and alkali fine soils, which make up integrated soil cover with more than 35% alkali. According to the scheme of the experiment, the effect of phosphogypsum (PG) applied in doses 5 and 10 t/ha on alkali and zonal soils properties at the background of deep tillage by application of accepted (overall application) and proposed (selective application) practices on soil complex has been studied.

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