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Use of manure to wheat production in an argentinean hapludoll soil

Por: Ciapparelli, Ileana Cecilia. Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). Facultad de Agronomía. Departamento de Recursos Naturales y Ambiente. Argentina.
Colaborador(es): García, Ana Rosa. Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA). Facultad de Agronomía. Departamento de Recursos Naturales y Ambiente. Argentina.
ISSN: 2375-4397.Tipo de material: Artículos y capítulos. Recurso electrónico.Tema(s): MANURE | LAND APPLICATION | SOIL | WHEAT | ENVIRONMENT | Recursos en línea: Haga clic para acceso en línea | LINK AL EDITOR En: Journal of Pollution Effects & Control Vol.3, no.1 (2015), p.1-4, tbls., mapasResumen: Beef cattle feeding operations or feedlots generate large amounts of manure that negatively affect the environment. In order to reach an integrated farming system, setting a final destiny for these wastes not to damage the environment, the use of cattle manure in partial or total replacement of inorganic fertilizers has been evaluated. The study was done in sub-humid, sandy pampas region, on an Entic Hapludoll soil. The field experiment was performed using wheat. Four treatments were carried out as follows: a control treatment on the one hand and other three treatments on the other, containing a 116 kg N ha-1 isodose: Inorganic Fertilization (IF), Manure (M) and a mixture of Manure and Inorganic Fertilizers (M-IF) in equal parts. Results show M-IF treatment as the most efficient one, because it had the highest yield with the least negative effects over the environment.
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Beef cattle feeding operations or feedlots generate large amounts of manure that negatively affect the environment. In order to reach an integrated farming system, setting a final destiny for these wastes not to damage the environment, the use of cattle manure in partial or total replacement of inorganic fertilizers has been evaluated. The study was done in sub-humid, sandy pampas region, on an Entic Hapludoll soil. The field experiment was performed using wheat. Four treatments were carried out as follows: a control treatment on the one hand and other three treatments on the other, containing a 116 kg N ha-1 isodose: Inorganic Fertilization (IF), Manure (M) and a mixture of Manure and Inorganic Fertilizers (M-IF) in equal parts. Results show M-IF treatment as the most efficient one, because it had the highest yield with the least negative effects over the environment.

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