Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Suyetov Viktor Pavlovich

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Kuban State Agrarian University
   

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AGRICHEMISTRYC PROPERTIES OF BLACK LEACHED SOIL AND EFFICIENCY OF A FIELD CROP ROTATION IN CONNECTION WITH APPLICATION OF MINERAL FERTILIZERS

abstract 0460902009 issue 46 pp. 91 – 145 27.02.2009 ru 4462
A stationary experiment at Agrochemistry chair of Kuban' state agrarian university has revealed certain changes in humus contents and physical and chemical properties of black leached soil after two stages of field crop rotation as a result of long-term application of mineral fertilizers
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THE CONTENT AND FORM OF THE NICKEL COMPOUNDS IN THE WESTERN CAUCASUS LEACHED CHERNOZEM IN TERMS OF AGROGENESIS

abstract 1121508125 issue 112 pp. 1728 – 1739 30.10.2015 ru 347
The article presents results of studying the total content and the forms of Nickel in the Western Caucasus leached Chernozem at three rotations of 11-fild grain-grass-arable crop rotation. The Nickel content in the soil is close to its Clark (40 mg/kg) and significantly lower than UEC (80 mg/kg). Scientifically based system for fertilizing crop rotation does not lead to the accumulation of Nickel in the soil, but creates the conditions for increasing its mobility. In the future, we may experience the need of the inclusion of Nickel into the system of fertilization of crops grown on leached Chernozem. The Nickel content in the leached Chernozem before development of crop rotation was generally close to Clark soils of the world (40 mg/kg) and significantly lower than UEC (80 mg/kg), which favors the production of high quality produce. After three rotations of the crop rotation without using fertilizers, the total content of Nickel and acid-insoluble form in the soil decreased slightly, but the number of the element extracted with both buffer and acid extractor, increased insignificantly. The decrease of the total content of Nickel and its reserve (acid-insoluble) fund in the soil we explain with the annual exclusion of the element with harvests crops from the fields, and the trend of increasing mobile and acid-soluble - mineralization of humus followed by acidification of the soil. Systematic mineral fertilization on field crop rotation was slightly up for the Nickel fund of the soil, but did not ensure the recovery of the initial level. At the same time, at fertilize crop rotation we observed a clear trend of increasing the number of rolling and acid-soluble Nickel. If we consider that the value of the MPC for moving Nickel is equal to 6 mg/kg, these changes may not have any negative environmental impacts, but rather will encourage the use of this ultra-microelement by plants
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THE CONTENTS AND FORMS OF LEAD COMPOUNDS IN LEACHED CHERNOZEM OF THE WESTERN CISCAUCASIA IN TERMS OF AGRICULTURAL SOIL GENESIS

abstract 1301706059 issue 130 pp. 833 – 845 30.06.2017 ru 80
The contents of lead in soils are primarily determined by regional factors: the composition of parent rocks, relief, climate, vegetation. In recent years, these factors have increased the anthropogenic source of element. In order to assess its impact, requires knowledge of the natural, i.e., background lead levels, the so-called reference points, which can later be used to monitor changes occurring in the soil. Under background refers to the content of the element in soils at a great distance from the areas of receipt of contamination. Background content of lead in each type of soil depends mainly on composition of parent rocks. The correlation coefficient between the content of lead in parent rocks and soils, with the background contents is equal to 0,86±0,17 at p=0,95. For each soil type there are low variations in lead content due to the composition of parent rocks. Lead concentrations in the soils increased at the expense of its receipt from the atmosphere, irrigation water, drainage during mining, as a result of agricultural use, lead containing chemicals. Comparing the obtained results with existing currently permissible concentrations (APC, MPC) it is necessary to note that the lead content in leached chernozem soil after three rotations of the rotation may not cause any pathological changes or anomalies in the course of biological processes and lead to accumulation in the agricultural plants, and therefore may interfere with biological optimum
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