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Publication Type:
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Report
Author(s):Skirde, W.
Author Affiliation:Universität Gießen, 6300 Gießen, Federal Republic of Germany
Title:Nachwirkung von Zuschlagstoffen in oberbodenlosen Vegetationsschichten
Translated Title:Long-term effects of the supplementary components in root-zone mixtures made without soil
Source:Zeitschrift für Vegetationstechnik. Vol. 5, No. 1, 1982, p. 1-6.
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Poa pratensis; Cynosurus cristatus; Phleum pratense; Sand; Silicate colloids; Peat; Rooting
Abstract/Contents:In 1970, 5 cm thick rootzone layers of soil, sand, sand + peat, sand + Hygromull, sand + peat + Hygromull, sand + 300 g/m3 Agrosil or sand + peat + Hygromull + 200 g/m3 Agrosil were laid on a natural soil with a high proportion of fine particles. Seeds (Poa pratensis (70%), Cynosurus cristatus (20%) and Phleum pratense (10%)) were sown and the sward was cut regularly and given 20 g/m2 N annually for some years. In 1980 and 1981 the grass was allowed to grow tall and yields were measured. Yields from the sand and soil layers were poor and the highest yield was from sand + peat + Hygromull, sand + Agrosil and sand + peat + Hygromull + Agrosil. The N content of the grass was increased by Hygromull. Results are discussed in relation to thatch production and organic matter in the root-zones.
Language:German
References:13
Note:Summary appears in English
Geographic Terms:German Federal Republic
ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Skirde, W. 1982. Nachwirkung von Zuschlagstoffen in oberbodenlosen Vegetationsschichten. (In German) Zeitschrift für Vegetationstechnik. 5(1):p. 1-6.
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