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Changes in Soil Iron Fractions and Availability in the Loess Belt of Northern China After 28 Years of Continuous Cultivation and Fertilization
Xu, CHEN1,3; Xiaorong, WEI1,2; Mingde, HAO1,2; Jing, Zhao1,2
2019
Source PublicationPedosphere
Volume29Issue:1Pages:123-131
Abstract

Iron (Fe) deficiency in calcareous soils of the Loess Plateau of China is a wide spread issue and primarily affects agricultural production due to the relatively higher soil pH and carbonate content. Understanding the relationships between Fe distribution in soil fractions, Fe availability, and their responses to cropping and fertilization could provide essential information for assessing Fe availability in soils and managing soils to improve Fe availability. A long-term field experiment was established in 1984 in a split-plot design using cropping systems as main plots and fertilizer treatments as subplots on a farmland in the Loess Plateau. The cropping systems included fallow, continuous wheat cropping, continuous alfalfa cropping, continuous maize cropping, and a rotation system that included a legume. Various fertilization treatments using chemical and/or manure fertilizers were included in each cropping system. Soil samples were collected from 0–10 and 20–40 cm depths in 2012. Long-term planting of crops significantly increased the concentrations of available Fe in the soils. The largest increase was observed in the continuous alfalfa cropping system. Long-term cropping significantly increased the concentrations of Fe associated with carbonates and organic matter, but decreased the concentration of Fe associated with minerals in the soils. The effect of fertilization on the distribution of Fe in the soil fractions varied with cropping system and soil depth. The fertilization treatment with manure generally increased the concentrations of Fe associated with the soil fractions. Long-term cropping and fertilization in the highland farmland significantly affected the availability of Fe and the distribution of Fe fractions in the soil.

KeywordCropping System Fe Availability Fe Deficiency Long-term Experiment Manure Soil Depth
MOST Discipline Catalogue农学
DOI10.1016/S1002-0160(17)60331-X
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Language英语
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.iswc.ac.cn/handle/361005/8828
Collection水保所2018--2019届毕业生论文
Affiliation1.College of Natural Resources and Environment, Northwest Agriculture and Forestry University, Yangling 712100 (China)
2.Institute of Soil and Water Conservation, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Ministry of Water Resources, Yangling 712100 (China)
3.Key Laboratory of Mollisols Agroecology, Northeast Institute of Geography and Agroecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Harbin 150081 (China)
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Xu, CHEN,Xiaorong, WEI,Mingde, HAO,et al. Changes in Soil Iron Fractions and Availability in the Loess Belt of Northern China After 28 Years of Continuous Cultivation and Fertilization[J]. Pedosphere,2019,29(1):123-131.
APA Xu, CHEN,Xiaorong, WEI,Mingde, HAO,&Jing, Zhao.(2019).Changes in Soil Iron Fractions and Availability in the Loess Belt of Northern China After 28 Years of Continuous Cultivation and Fertilization.Pedosphere,29(1),123-131.
MLA Xu, CHEN,et al."Changes in Soil Iron Fractions and Availability in the Loess Belt of Northern China After 28 Years of Continuous Cultivation and Fertilization".Pedosphere 29.1(2019):123-131.
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