Effect of the cultivation of legumes on the dynamics of sod-podzolic soil fertility rate
U.M. Karbivska, A.O. Butenko, V.I. Onychko, I.M. Masyk, Z.I. Hlupak, O.M. Danylchenko, T.I. Klochkova, O.L. Ihnatieva
The effect of cultivation of legumes on the fertility rate of sod-podzolic surface-gleyed soil has been investigated. Based on the obtained results it has been found that on average, during the years of cultivation, the fertilizer factor with a percentage of 62% turns out to be more influential in terms of yield obtained from 1 ha of dry mass. The highest nutrient content is observed on the alfalfa variant: alkaline hydrolyzed nitrogen-80.4 mg/kg of soil, mobile phosphorus-81.5 mg/kg of soil and exchangeable potassium-77.3 mg/kg of soil.
Keywords: Legumes; sod-podzolic soil; nutrients; soil fertility
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