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Potential of beet pulp as organic fertilizer  [2017]

Bezler, N.V.; Kholopkin, I.N., The A.L. Mazlumov All-Russia Research and Development Inst. of Sugar Beet and Sugar, Voronezh Region (Russian Federation);

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Possibility of using sugar beet production waste – one of which is beet pulp – to replenish soil with carbon and mineral nutrient elements is investigated. Comparative analysis of beet pulp and cattle manure has shown that beet pulp surpasses manure in organic matter content by 27.4% and its nitrogen and potassium content compares well with the latter one. Phosphorus content in beet pulp is slightly less than in manure. As for carbon, use of 40–60 t/ha of beet pulp is equivalent to manure application in the dose of 40 t/ha. Aim of the work is to reveal influence of beet pulp together with barley straw and cellulosolytic micromycete plowing in soil upon agrochemical properties, effective fertility formation, and winter wheat and sugar beet yield in a grain-fallow crop rotation. The investigations were carried out in 2009–2012. The experimental scheme included control application of barley straw, beet pulp (60 t/ha), barley straw together with beet pulp in the dose of 60 t/ha and with indigenous for leached black earth Humicola fuscoatra VNIISS 016 cellulosolytic micromycete, and 60 t/ha of beet pulp together with Humicola fuscoatra VNIISS 016 and N – 40 kg of active substances per hectare. As a result of the research, it was determined that plowing of barley straw with 60 t/ha of beet pulp and the Humicola fuscoatra VNIISS 016 cellulosolytic micromycete in soil promoted accumulation of alkali-hydrolyzable nitrogen, mobile phosphorus and exchange potassium i
n the soil. Besides, рН of soil solution practically did not change. As a result, winter wheat yield increased from 1.80 t/ha to 2.04-2.06 t/ha. Productivity of sugar beet improved as well: yield – by 5.6 t/ha (from 34.9 to 40.5 t/ha), sugar content – by 0.3% (from 17.1 to 17.4%), and sugar yield per hectare – by 1.1 t/ha (from 6.0 to 7.1 t/ha).
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Sugarbeet
ISSN : 0036-3359

Información bibliográfica

Idioma:
Russian
Tipo:
Journal Article
En AGRIS desde:
2018
Edición:
8
Página inicial:
23–30
Todos los títulos:
"Potential of beet pulp as organic fertilizer"@eng
"Потенциал свекловичного жома как органического удобрения"@rus
Otro:
"Summaries (En, Ru)"
"6 tables"
"16 ref."
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Información bibliográfica

Idioma:
Russian
Tipo:
Journal Article
En AGRIS desde:
2018
Edición:
8
Página inicial:
23–30
Todos los títulos:
"Potential of beet pulp as organic fertilizer"@eng
"Потенциал свекловичного жома как органического удобрения"@rus
Otro:
"Summaries (En, Ru)"
"6 tables"
"16 ref."