Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Novikov Aleksei Alekseyevich

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FSBEI HPI Novochercassk State Land Reclamation Academy
   

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FORMING OF NITROGEN STOCK IN BASIC SUBTYPES OF BLACK SOILS IN THE SOUTH OF RUSSIA

abstract 0781204035 issue 78 pp. 402 – 411 30.04.2012 ru 1927
Description of nitrogen stock for black soils of southern and eastern European facies is given in the article. It is ascertained, that the black soil subtypes in the South of Russia have low content of mineral nitrogen (0,4-4,2%) and easily hydrolysable one (6,0-8,3), two times more than that of hard-to- hydrolyze nitrogen (13,4-16,4%), while the main part of nitrogen stock (74,4-78,9%) is found in unhydrolyzable fraction which practically does not participate in farm crop nutrition
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HUMUS STATE OF SOILS IN CROP ROTATIONS OF DIFFERENT STRUCTURE ON COMMON BLACK SOILS

abstract 0781204034 issue 78 pp. 392 – 401 30.04.2012 ru 1741
Based on many years balance studies, the possibility of humus stock maintenance in common black soils for crop rotations of different structures is given in the article. Fertilizer omitted crop rotations with bare fallow and without it, with perennial legumes and small variations in parts of other crop are considered
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STATEMENTS FOR THE ROLE OF ROOT AND AFTERMATH RESIDUES IN AGROCENOSES

abstract 0781204036 issue 78 pp. 412 – 421 30.04.2012 ru 1743
The role of root and aftermath residues of basic field farm crops for retention and increase in organic matter content of the soil with fertilizing and fertilizer omitted is substantiated in the article. It is ascertained that the quantity of aftermath residues coming into the soil is 2,6-3,5 times less than that of natural vegetation while dry matter is removed with the main production and by-products 2,0-2,2 times more than is remained in the soil
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STUDY OF PLANT FACILITIES IN CULTURE IN VITRO BY NMR RELAXATION

abstract 0831209039 issue 83 pp. 521 – 533 30.11.2012 ru 1739
The article gives the overview of the non-invasive method of NMR relaxation and assess the efficiency of using this method in the study of cultured under in vitro plant objects on the example of Rosa hybrida plants
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