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Changes of Humus Types Affected by Application of Animal Manures Compostin Jeju Upland Soil
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 Title & Authors
Changes of Humus Types Affected by Application of Animal Manures Compostin Jeju Upland Soil
Hwang, Ki-Sung; Yoo, Bong-Sik;
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 Abstract
In Jeju island, the southernmost island of Korea, the field soils are mostly consisted of volcanic and non-volcanic soils. Animal manures of 0, 50, 100, and 150 MT/ha were treated to analyse the humus content changes by application amounts and the soil types. The results are as follows; Humus distribution type was A in the most of the volcanic soils while a few soils was type B, and it was possible to confirm that the humus process has occurred in the soils. Most of the non-volcanic soils was Rp and B type, therefore, the humus content change pattern was different from the volcanic soils. The nitrate-nitrogen content and the humus content showed positive correlation of $R^2
 Keywords
Humus analyse;Animal manures;Jeju upland soil;
 Language
Korean
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저농도 SCB액비의 시용이 크리핑벤트그래스의 생육에 미치는 영향,함선규;김영선;김택수;김기선;박치호;

아시안잔디학회지, 2009. vol.23. 1, pp.91-100
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아시안잔디학회지, 2010. vol.24. 1, pp.56-61
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