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DOI:10.1007/s11104-017-3463-y
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Author(s):Pantelopoulos, Athanasios; Magid, Jakob; Jensen, Lars Stoumann; Fangueiro, David
Author Affiliation:Pantelopoulos, Magid, and Jensen: Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen, Frederiksberg, Denmark; Fangueiro: Linking Landscape, Environment, Agriculture and Food Research Unit (LEAF), Instituto Superior de Agronomia, Universidade de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal
Title:Nutrient uptake efficiency in ryegrass fertilized with dried digestate solids as affected by acidification and drying temperature
Source:Plant and Soil. Vol. 421, No. 1-2, December 2017, p. 401-416.
# of Pages:16
Publishing Information:Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Related Web URL:https://www.researchgate.net/publication/320667351_Nutrient_uptake_efficiency_in_ryegrass_fertilized_with_dried_digestate_solids_as_affected_by_acidification_and_drying_temperature
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Keywords:TIC Keywords: Acidification; Ammonia; Drying; Fertilizer efficacy; Fertilizer evaluation; Lolium; Nutrient uptake; Organic matter; Phosphorus; Soil pH; Water extraction
Abstract/Contents:"Aims To evaluate the efficiency of acidified (to pH 5.5) and dried digestate solids as a fertilization product in a pot experiment with ryegrass. Methods The NH4-N pool of the solids was labelled with 15N prior to acidification and drying to estimate plant N uptake efficiency. The effect of digestate solids on plant growth and N and P uptake was compared to the effect of different mineral N-P fertilization combinations. Results Non-acidified dried digestate solids showed inferior N fertilization performance compared to their raw and acidified counterparts, and higher drying temperature reduced solids N mineralization. More than 40% of the NH4-N in the raw, raw acidified and acidified dried solids treatments was recovered by the ryegrass over 5- months, similar to recovery with medium mineral N rates, resulting in mineral fertilizer equivalency of 32-41%. Digestate solids treatment altered the water extractable P of the solids, but less so the ryegrass P uptake, mainly due to the buffer capacity of the soil. However, ryegrass P uptake in non-acidified dried solids treatments was probably inhibited by poor growth due to low N availability. Conclusions Acidification of digestate solids prior to drying may be an important treatment to maintain the solids fertilizing value while enhancing its manageability."
Language:English
References:55
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Pantelopoulos, A., J. Magid, L. S. Jensen, and D. Fangueiro. 2017. Nutrient uptake efficiency in ryegrass fertilized with dried digestate solids as affected by acidification and drying temperature. Plant Soil. 421(1-2):p. 401-416.
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DOI: 10.1007/s11104-017-3463-y
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