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Morpho - structural evaluation of various soils subjected to different use intensity under no - tillage

Colaborador(es): Behrends Kraemer, Filipe. Cátedra de Manejo y Conservación de Suelos, Facultad de Agronomía, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina and CONICET, Argentina and Instituto de Suelos-CIRN-INTA, Argentina | Soria, Marcelo Abel. Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Agronomía, Cátedra de Microbiología Agrícola, INBA-CONICET, Argentina | Castiglioni, Mario Guillermo. Cátedra de Manejo y Conservación de Suelos, Facultad de Agronomía, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina | Duval, Matías. Comisión Investigaciones Científicas (CIC) CERZOS-Departamento de Agronomía, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Bahía Blanca, Argentina | Galantini, Juan Alberto. Comisión Investigaciones Científicas (CIC) CERZOS-Departamento de Agronomía, Universidad Nacional del Sur, Bahía Blanca, Argentina | Morrás, Héctor José María. Instituto de Suelos-CIRN-INTA, Argentina.
ISSN: 0167-1987.Tipo de material: Artículos y capítulos. Recurso electrónico.Tema(s): VESS | AGGREGATE MORPHOLOGY | IMAGE ANALYSES | Recursos en línea: Haga clic para acceso en línea | LINK AL EDITOR En: Soil and tillage research Vol.169 (2017), p.124-137, tbls., grafs., fot.Resumen: According to many evidences, in Argentina, no-tillage (NT) coupled with soybean monoculture leads to adverse soil structure features. While some farmers have simplified the production system through soybean monoculture others have intensified the land-use by increasing the number and diversity in the crop sequence. The effects of this intensification, in terms of soil structural quality, are contradictory, possibly caused by the increase of machinery traffic. In order to assess soil structural quality and the performance of selected morpho-structural variables with different levels of intensification, we analyzed plots under NT with high and low crop sequence intensification (Good GAP- and Poor PAP-, agricultural practices respectively) and reference plots in four soils (two Argiudolls, an Haplustoll and an Hapludert) of the Argentinian Pampean region. The morpho-structural variables assessed were Visual Evaluation of Soil Structure at field scale (VESS), visible porosity (Vp), roundness (Rd), eccentricity (Ecc) and 3-D aggregate features (faces, corners and edges). Plots with higher frequency of cereals in the sequence (GAP) presented on average higher VESS scores, higher Vp values and less rounded aggregates with more faces and corners, suggesting that crop sequence intensification induces favorable structural features. VESS, Vp, number of faces and corners were strongly correlated with aggregate stability tests mainly with the fast and fast10s test (r:0.56, 0.74; 0.48, 0.52; 0.46, 0.49 and 0.42, 0.50, respectively) and with the more labile organic carbon fractions POCc and POCf- (r: 0.49, 0.5; 0.5, ns; 0.38, 0.48 and 0.31, 0.43, respectively). These observations suggest that the variables examined, concerning aggregates and pores were sensitive to changes in crop sequence and are useful soil quality indicators. However, the occurrence of platy structures also under GAP shows the need to adjust the VESS method to the NT system. Besides, the effect of agricultural intensification on soil morphology was modulated by soil type. In consequence, this last factor has also to be considered for the definition of a quality indicator to track the effect of crop sequences intensification under no-till management.
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According to many evidences, in Argentina, no-tillage (NT) coupled with soybean monoculture leads to adverse soil structure features. While some farmers have simplified the production system through soybean monoculture others have intensified the land-use by increasing the number and diversity in the crop sequence. The effects of this intensification, in terms of soil structural quality, are contradictory, possibly caused by the increase of machinery traffic. In order to assess soil structural quality and the performance of selected morpho-structural variables with different levels of intensification, we analyzed plots under NT with high and low crop sequence intensification (Good GAP- and Poor PAP-, agricultural practices respectively) and reference plots in four soils (two Argiudolls, an Haplustoll and an Hapludert) of the Argentinian Pampean region. The morpho-structural variables assessed were Visual Evaluation of Soil Structure at field scale (VESS), visible porosity (Vp), roundness (Rd), eccentricity (Ecc) and 3-D aggregate features (faces, corners and edges). Plots with higher frequency of cereals in the sequence (GAP) presented on average higher VESS scores, higher Vp values and less rounded aggregates with more faces and corners, suggesting that crop sequence intensification induces favorable structural features. VESS, Vp, number of faces and corners were strongly correlated with aggregate stability tests mainly with the fast and fast10s test (r:0.56, 0.74; 0.48, 0.52; 0.46, 0.49 and 0.42, 0.50, respectively) and with the more labile organic carbon fractions POCc and POCf- (r: 0.49, 0.5; 0.5, ns; 0.38, 0.48 and 0.31, 0.43, respectively). These observations suggest that the variables examined, concerning aggregates and pores were sensitive to changes in crop sequence and are useful soil quality indicators. However, the occurrence of platy structures also under GAP shows the need to adjust the VESS method to the NT system. Besides, the effect of agricultural intensification on soil morphology was modulated by soil type.
In consequence, this last factor has also to be considered for the definition of a quality indicator to track the effect of crop sequences intensification under no-till management.

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