Short-lived effects of walnut shell biochar on soils and crop yields in a long-term field experiment 机翻标题: 暂无翻译,请尝试点击翻译按钮。

来源
Agriculture, Ecosystems &Environment
年/卷/期
2000 / 236 /
页码
21-29
出版商
Elsevier B.V., The Boulevard Kidlington Oxford OX5 1GB United Kingdom
ISSN号
0167-8809
作者
Griffin, Deirdre E;Wang, Daoyuan;Parikh, Sanjai J;Scow, Kate M;
摘要
Many field studies exploring biochars' effects on plant productivity and soil quality have been limited to just one or two seasons, particularly in temperate agroecosystems, and have not shown how such impacts change as biochars age in the soil. Therefore, we investigated the lasting effects of a walnut shell (WS) biochar on crop yields and soil nutrient cycling and availability over four years in a field experiment. Long-term plots of a tomato-corn rotation were established in a 22 factorial design of treatments i) with or without WS biochar amendment and ii) fertilized with mineral fertilizer (MF) or composted poultry manure (CP). Biochar was applied once in 2012 (Year 1) at a rate of 10tha-1. Crop yields were measured over four seasons, and soil samples were analyzed for ammonium (NH4 +-N) and nitrate (NO3 --N) concentrations and for other nutrient parameters, including exchangeable K+, Ca2+, PO4-P, SO4-S, each year. Walnut shell biochar had an effect only in Year 2 when it increased corn yields by 8% in both MF and CP fertilizer systems and increased exchangeable K+, PO4-P, and Ca2+ in soil through direct additions of these nutrients. These impacts were not observed until a year after application and faded in subsequent years. Inorganic N pools were not significantly affected by the biochar in any season. The WS biochar has a delayed yet short-lived effect on plant-available nutrient concentrations and crop productivity but does not significantly alter nutrient transformations.
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关键词/主题词
Transformation;Ammonium;Nitrate;Poultry;Age;Calcium;Manure;Potassium;Nutrients;Crops;Soil nutrients;Fertilizers;Shells;Nutrient concentrations;Minerals;Charcoal;Agriculture;Animal wastes;Ecosystems;Crop yield;Agrochemicals;Soil;Crop production;Juglans;
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