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effect of S and H₂SO₄ application on the availability of Fe, Mn, and Zn in calcareous soils

Munir Jamil Al-Metlag Mohammad

effect of S and H₂SO₄ application on the availability of Fe, Mn, and Zn in calcareous soils

by Munir Jamil Al-Metlag Mohammad

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Calcareous soils.,
  • Soil chemistry.

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    Statementby Munir Jamil Al-Metlag Mohammad.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 95 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages95
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16606251M

    The aim of this research was to determine the available iron Fe content of brown forest soils of Edirne Province and the most suitable chemical extraction method Eight chemical extraction methods the 0 M DTPA 0 01 M CaCl2 0 1 MTEA 0 05 M HCl 0 M H2SO4 1 M NH4OAc pH 4 8 0 01 M EDTA 1 M NH4OAc 1 M MgCl2 0 01 M EDTA 1 M NH4 2CO3 0 M. Carrier-free /sup 54/Mn was uniformly mixed into individual pots of three different soils. The soils were Yolo loam (slightly acid), Hacienda loam (calcareous), Dinuba fine sandy loam (neutral). Phaseolus vulgaris var. Improved Tendergree (bush bean) and Zea mays var. Golden Cross bantum (corn) were.

    Effect of applied different application rate of organic P fertilizer in the presence of chemical P fertilizer on available P content of calcareous soil LSD () incubation period: , P level: and interaction: , Means within treatment variables followed by the same letter are not different at the level according to LSD. something about are zinc (Zn), iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), boron (B), chlorine (Cl), copper (Cu), and molybdenum (Mo). Zinc is likely the most common micro that is in short supply. Iron is perhaps the most difficult to make available because it is needed in relatively large amounts and soil chemical processes sometimes quickly make it unavailable.

    Specifically, given the susceptibility of these soils to overliming and the widespread use of manures, questions have been raised concerning the influence of soil pH and micronutrient source on the distribution and plant availability of Mn, Cu, and Zn. Four soils that varied widely in organic matter content ( g/kg), texture, and cation. Sulfur, zinc, iron, copper, manganese, and boron application did not affect the seed yield or oil percentage of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) on both dryland and irrigated soils in North Dakota in Field averages indicated significant Zn, Mn, and B uptake by sunflower at the leaf stage as a result of fertilization with these elements.


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Effect of S and H₂SO₄ application on the availability of Fe, Mn, and Zn in calcareous soils by Munir Jamil Al-Metlag Mohammad Download PDF EPUB FB2

The results showed that Fe, Mn, Zn and Cu fertilisation caused significant increase in grain yield, straw yield, grain weight, and the number of seeds per spiklet. With the application of these nutrients, their concentration and total uptake in grain and flag leaves Cited by: The efect of Zinc (Zn) application on the available Iron (Fe) contents of calcareous soils in thrace region Article in Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science 49(3) June with 3 Reads.

The application of P as phosphatic fertilizer reduces the pH of soil and has favorable effect on the solubility of Fe and Mn in the alkaline-calcareous soils. The antagonistic effect of P on Zn. Request PDF | The effect of earthworm and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on availability and chemical distribution of Zn, Fe and Mn in a calcareous soil | Micronutrient deficiencies most frequently.

[Show full abstract] fruit length and average fruit weight as well as S, Fe, and Zn uptake by fruit and stalk of brinjal and soil available nutrients (S, Fe and Zn) were registered with soil. AB-DTPA extractable P, Zn, Fe, Cu and Mn was determined by the procedure as described by Soltanpur and Schwab () and the readings for P (after color development procedure) and Zn, Fe, Cu and.

Negative effects of T34 on the accumulation of Zn in plants have previously been described by de Santiago et al. () in wheat grown in Fe-rich calcareous growing media, and have been ascribed at least in part to conditions which decrease Zn availability due to antagonism with Fe (Heitholt et al., ; Assimakopoulou, ) or adsorption on.

Availability of Zinc (Zn) is very low in calcareous soils and hence, an amendment must be used to increase Zn availability to plants. The main objective of this study was to assess the changes in chemical fractions and availability of Zn in a calcareous soil amended with corn residue biochar.

Three corn residue biochars were produced at (B), (B), and °C (B) and. Manganese (Mn) deficiencies appear to be uncommon in Washington orchards.

If it does appear, it is most likely to show up in calcareous soils, and its visual symptoms may be masked by Fe deficiency symptoms. Acid soils or anaerobic conditions can lead to Mn toxicities due to increased solubility and availability for plant uptake.

Low nutrient availability and biological activity are the main challenges in calcareous soils with low organic matter (OM) content. The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the responses of soil nutrient status and biological traits to addition of corn residue biochar produced at different pyrolysis temperature in a calcareous soil.

Biochars were made at (BC), (BC), and. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 15 (2), REVIEW Availability of Mn, Zn and Fe in the rhizosphere Z.

Rengel* 1Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Faculty of Science, The University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway, Perth WAAustralia. Therefore, a screen house experiment was conducted to investigate the effect of B levels (0, and 10 mg B kg–1 soil) as influenced by Zn levels (0, 10 and 20 mg Zn kg–1 soil) on.

The International Institute for Science, Technology and Education (IISTE). Science, Technology and Medicine Journals Call for Academic Manuscripts. Plant growth in alkaline or calcareous soils is inhibited by low availability of Fe, Zn, Mn and B and tolerance to such soils is achieved by mobilization of Fe and Zn via exudation of chelating compounds such as organic acid anions in Strategy I plants and phytosiderophores in Strategy II plants.

Cobalt availability was decreased in soils containing high CaCO 3 and high Fe, Mn, SOM, and moisture. Added Co to growth media increased N, P, Ca, and Cu, but had no enhancement effects on K, Mg, Na, and Zn in tomato (Moreno-Caselles et al., ). The great post-fire decrease of available Fe could be an important fertility problem in soils with low levels of plant available Fe, generally alkaline and calcareous soils.

Contrarily to Fe, the pre-fire levels of plant available Mn (– mg kg − 1) were lower than the adequate range for normal plant growth indicated by Jones (). Influence of phosphorus and zinc application on the availability of zinc, copper, iron, manganese and phosphorus in waterlogged rice soil. Soil Sci.

(5): McLean, E.O. This study was undertaken to determine the effects of soil or foliage applied microplex fertilizer ( %Mg, 4% Mn, 4% Fe, % Cu, % Zn, % B, % Mo and % Co) on dry matter and mineral content of spinach and uptake of plant nutrients from soil.

Dry matter content of spinach increased with microplex application. Iron is reduced to Fe 2+ and is readily available to plants in acidic soils, but precipitates in alkaline soils (Fageria et al., ). Iron oxides are dominant in governing Fe solubility in soils.

Minimum Fe solubility occurs between pH andwhich is the pH range of most calcareous soils (Lindsay, ). Increases in soil pH or Eh. The positive effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) have been demonstrated for plant biomass, and zinc (Zn) and phosphorus (P) uptake, under. Availability of plant nutrients such as Fe, Mn, Cu, B, and Zn are generally low in calcareous soils.

Fe deficiency-induced chlorosis is the main limiting factor restricting plants growing worldwide. Microorganisms play an important role in enhancing nutrient availability to plant roots.Highest plant uptake of Fe kgha-1, Zn kgha-1, Cu kgha-1 and Mn kgha-1 were found by the application of full recommended S with compost.

Results suggested that S at the rate of 20 kg&#ha-1 application with compost prepared from farm yard manure and rock phosphate proved better combination to enhance wheat yield.

Chemical composition of soybean grain may be modified by application of foliar fertilizers. The aim of this study was to test the effect of different organo-mineral foliar fertilizers: Zlatno inje, Bioplant Flora, Algaren BZn, Zircon, as well as plant growth regulator Epin Extra, on potential availability of mineral elements (Mg, Fe, Mn and Zn) from grain of three commercial soybean varieties.