Hill Publishing Group | contact@hillpublisher.com

Hill Publishing Group

Location:Home / Journals / International Journal of Food Science and Agriculture /

DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ijfsa.2020.09.006

Mineralogical Soil Complex Indicates an Effectiveness of Fertilizers in Agriculture

R. N. Ushakov1,*, F. A. Musaev1, M. G. Mustafayev2,*, O. A. Zaharova1, A. V. Ruchkina1, N. А. Golovina1, L. M. Zaharov1

1Ryazancky State Agrotechnological University, Kostychev Str. 1., Ryazan, 390044, Russia.

2National Academy of Sciences of the Azerbaijan Republic Institute of Soil Science and Aqrochemistry, M. Rahim Str. 5, Baku, 1073, Aerbaijan.

*Corresponding author: R. N. Ushakov, M. G. Mustafayev

PDF Downloads
Date: August 10,2020 Hits: 253, How to cite this paper

Abstract

The mineralogical composition of clay loamy agro-gray soil and the content of nutrient elements in the soil and its fractions were determined. This allowed es-timating the nutrient supply and natural productivity of the soil. The long-term use of soils with the application of mineral and organic fertilizers affected the soil mineralogy: both aggradation and degradation processes were observed. The fertilizing system recommended for application to the agro-gray soil did not af-fect the crystal-chemical parameters of soil minerals. However, soil acidification and changes in the humus fractional composition towards increasing the content of fulvic acids show intensive degradation of soil minerals, which can lead to adverse consequences for soil fertility.

References

[1] Chizhikova, N. P. (1996). Change of Finely Dispersed Fractions and Their Minerals Influenced by Potash Fertilizers. Reports of RASHN, No. 3, 20-21.

[2] Chizhikova, N. P. (2002). Change of Mineralogical Composition of Thin Fractions of Soil Influenced by Human Impact. Soil Science, No. 7, 867-875. 

[3] Chizhikova, N. P. (1998). Irreversible Changes of Soils Mineralogical Composition and Problems of Their Tolerance to Human Impact. Ecology and Soils. Featured Lections of Schools 1-7, Puschino, pp. 65-74. 

[4] Chizhikova, N. P. (2005). The Problem of Soils Fertility from the Position of Their Mineral Composition Transformation. Rus. Chemical Journal, Journal of Rus. Chem. Society Named after D.I. Mendeleev, Vol. XCIX, Chemistry in Agriculture: Problems and Solutions, No. 3, 44-47.

[5] Chizhikova, N. P. (2000). Transformation of Loamy Minerals of Black Soils Leached Under Influence of Different Combinations of Fertilizers in 100 Year Field Test. Talk Abstracts, III Congress DOP, M, Book 3, 346.

[6] Ilyina, L. V. (1987). Complex Development of Gray Forest Soils of the Southern Part of RSFSR Nonchernozem Belt. Synopsis of Doctor of Agricultural Science Thesis, Kishinev, p. 49.

[7] Kostin, Y. V. (2001). Dynamics of Changes of Fertility and Productivity of Gray Forest Soils when Long-Term Use of Different Mineral Fertilizers. Doctor of Agricultural Science Thesis, Ryazan, p. 260.

[8] Gorbunov, N. I. (1971). Methods of Mineralogical and Micro-Morphological Study of Soils. Science, Moscow, pp. 5-15. 

[9] Gorbunov, N. I. (1978). Mineralogy and Physical Chemistry of Soils. Science, Moscow, p. 293.

[10] Gradusov, B. P. (1988). The Block of Petrographo-Mineralogical Parameters of Soil Fertility. In: Expanded Reproduction of Soils Fertility in High Agriculture. Academic Papers of Soil Institute, Moscow, pp. 117-124. 

[11] Sychev, V. G. (2017). Fertilizers and food safety. In the collection: The state and dynamics of soil fertility in connection with the productivity of agriculture: Materials of the IX International Symposium of NP “Commonwealth of Scientists of Agrochemists and Agroecologists”, Moscow, pp. 6-15.

[12] Sychev, V. G. (2019). Forecast of soil fertility in the Non-Chernozem zone depending on the level of fertilization, Fertility, pp. 22-25. 

[13] Norgaard, T. (2018). Particle Leaching Rates from a Loamy Soil Are Controlled by the Mineral Fines Content and the Degree of Preferential Flow. Journal of Environmental Quality, pp. 1538-1545. 

[14] Mustafayev, M. G. (2020). Change of the Salts Quantity and Type in the Irrigated Soils of the Mughan Plain and Their Impact on Plants Productivity. International Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 4(2), 101-108.

Full-Text HTML

Mineralogical Soil Complex Indicates an Effectiveness of Fertilizers in Agriculture
How to cite this paper: R. N. Ushakov, F. A. Musaev, M. G. Mustafayev, O. A. Zaharova, A. V. Ruchkina, N. А. Golovina, L. M. Zaharov. (2020) Mineralogical Soil Complex Indicates an Effectiveness of Fertilizers in AgricultureInternational Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture4(3)262-267.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ijfsa.2020.09.006

Volumes(Year) & Month

Free HPG Newsletters

Add your e-mail address to receive free newsletters from Hill Publishing Group.

Contact us

Hill Publishing Group

8825 53rd Ave

Elmhurst, NY 11373, USA

E-mail: contact@hillpublisher.com

Copyright © 2019 Hill Publishing Group Inc. All Rights Reserved.