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The effect of different colloidal soil materials on the efficiency of superphosphate
P. L. Gile
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in Washington
|Statement||by Philip L. Gile.|
|Series||Technical bulletin / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 371, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 371.|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Agriculture.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Get this from a library. The effect of different colloidal soil materials on the efficiency of superphosphate. [P L Gile]. Mullins GL, Sikora FJ and Williams JC () Effect of water-insoluble P on the effectiveness of triple superphosphate fertilizers.
Soil Sci Soc Am J – Google Scholar NFDC-TVA () Laboratory manual, General Analytical Laboratory, Division of Chemical by: The effect of different colloidal soil materials on the efficiency of superphosphate.
U.S. Dept. Agricult. Bull. Nagelschmidt, G., and H. Nixon: Formation of apatite from superphosphate in the soil. Nature (Lond.)– ( Fixation of potassium by clays saturated with different cations. Soil Sci. 69, – ( The total rare earth content in superphosphate produced by the sulphuric acid treatment of Kola apatites is ∼ mg/g.
The amount of rare earths (in forms usable by plants) transferred into the soil solution when kg fertilizer/ha per year is applied has been evaluated to be 30– g/ha per by: Soil is a mixture of organic matter, minerals, gases, liquids, and organisms that together support life.
Earth's body of soil, called the pedosphere, has four important functions. as a medium for plant growth; as a means of water storage, supply and purification; as a modifier of Earth's atmosphere; as a habitat for organisms; All of these functions, in their turn, modify the soil and its.
To evaluate the effect of type of phosphate (P) material on reducing soil cadmium (Cd) extractability and radish Cd uptake in the field, two different P materials, fused superphosphate (FSP) and.
The effect of superphosphate on the productivity of mucuna (Mucuna pruriens) on a sandy loam soil in Zimbabwe Article (PDF Available) in South African Journal of Plant and Soil (27 (2)) Aug. i, Colloidal Silica and Efficiency of Phosphates Thus there is considerable evidence that the reactions taking place when a phosphate is added to a soil may increase or decrease the efficiency of different phosphatic fertilizers, and that these reactions vary in different soils.
Little is definitely known about these reac. Soil microbes, soil animals and other soil biological life also remove P from soil solution. The life cycle of the microbes is usually quite short and hence, after they die, the P is released again, generally with a much faster turn around than occurs with plant P.
Microbial P is returned to soilFile Size: 35KB. Long term effect of superphosphate fertilisers on pasture persistence T. FRASER 1, S. DENNIS, R. MOSS 1, K. TOZER 2, N.R. STOCKER, the effect of soil fertility on these factors.
Method Table 2 presents the proportion of soil cores that contained different species in October No red.
Soil Colloids: Properties and Ion Binding examines soil colloidal components and their interactions with ionic species, integrating soil science and colloid chemistry and considering the latest advances in this active research area.
Part I covers the fundamentals of colloid science for. Another explanation is the legacy effect induced by the distinctly different soil moisture conditions that the two soils experienced. Soil A experienced frequent changes in soil moisture, with continuous saturation periods lasting 6 months each year (Gu et al.
).Cited by: Most research into colloidal P in soil waters has fo-cused on acidic and neutral soils with relatively high or-ganic matter concentrations, in which colloidal P typically occurs as humic-metal-phosphate complexes (Gerke, ; Dolfing et al., ; Hens and Merckx, ).
However, no Cited by: Phosphorus (P) build-up in agricultural soils as a consequence of excessive P fertilizer application necessitates the exploration of soil P pool for crop supply. We conducted a soil incubation experiment, pot experiments, and field experiments to study the effects of different P activators (Pas) (humic acid, lignosulfonate sodium, and biochemical humic acid) on soil phosphate fraction, rice.
Journal of Civil Engineering Research5(6): DOI: / Effect of Sampling Method on Strength of Stabilized Silty Sands with Colloidal Nano Silica. The role of soil clays and clay-humic complexes in processes controlling colloidal stability and the sorption and degradation of tetracyclines Jutta Renate Veronika Pils Iowa State University Follow this and additional works at: Part of theAgriculture Commons, and.
The effects of Superphosphate on plants and the environment Essay Sample. Superphoshate is a fertilizer produced by the action of reacting concentrated sulfuric acid on ground phosphate rock. Calcium sulfate is a considerable waste produce of this process. Activation and transference of soil colloidal phosphorus have great effect on soil P pool and the surrounding water quality.
This paper summarized the current studies on soil colloidal P, discussing the effects of the various factors (e. g., soil physical and chemical properties, fertilization, rainfall and soil amendments) on the transference Author: Zhao Y, Liang Xq, Fu Cd, Zhu, Zhang Yx, Ji Yj.
Efficiency determined in relation to yield per kilogram of phosphorus applied or taken up by the crop. Summary of methods for estimating the recovery of phosphorus fertilizers. Soil analysis. Using omission plots to assess the need for phosphorus.
Summary. Improving the efficiency of soil and fertilizer phosphorus use in agriculture. If the native soil pH is less than the pH of the buffer solution, this method measures cation exchange sites at the pH of that particular soil, but also any pH dependent exchange sites that would become negatively charged at pH or.
What is not told to fertiliser users is that superphosphate is a product that is times more acid (pH) than vinegar (pH) Remember that the pH scale is log On a moist soil superphosphate releases most of its soluble P in 24 – 36 hours and much of the free Phosphorus becomes immobilised by .Effect of pH on the release of soil colloidal phosphorus Journal of Soils and Sediments Soil microbial biomass, phosphatase and their relationships with phosphorus turnover under mixed inorganic and organic nitrogen addition in a Larix gmelinii plantation Forest Ecology and Management Soil Colloids tiny particles of soil, from to micrometers.
In soil water they form colloidal solutions (sols), and in this form they are carried from one soil layer to another and settle, forming horizons that are compacted to various degrees (for example solonets horizon in the soils of the arid steppes and forest-steppes and illuvial horizon.