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Effect of Organic Residue Incorporation on Salt Activity in Greenhouse Soil
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Effect of Organic Residue Incorporation on Salt Activity in Greenhouse Soil
Lee, Seul-Bi; Lee, Chang-Hoon; Hong, Chang-Oh; Kim, Sang-Yoon; Lee, Yong-Bok; Kim, Pil-Joo;
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 Abstract
In Korea, salt stress is one of the major problems limiting crop production and eco-environmental quality in greenhouse soil. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of organic residues (Chinese milk vetch, maize stalk, rice straw, and rye straw) for reducing salt activity in greenhouse soil. Organic residues was incorporated with salt-accumulated soil (EC, 3.0 dS ) at the rate of 5% (wt ) and the changes of electrical conductivity (EC) was determined weekly for 8 weeks under incubation condition at . The EC, microbial biomass carbon (MBC), and water soluble ions in soil was strongly affected by C/N ratio of organic residues. After 8 weeks incubation, the concentration of water soluble , and was significantly decreased in organic residues having high C/N ratio (maize stalk, rice straw, and rye straw) incorporated soil compared to organic residues having lower C/N ratio (Chinese milk vetch) incorporated soil. The EC value in Chinese milk vetch incorporated soil was higher than control treatment. In contrast, maize stalk, rice straw, and rye straw amended soil was highly decreased the EC value compared to control and Chinese milk vetch applied soil after 4 weeks incubation. Our results indicated that incorporation of organic residues having high C/N ratio (>30) could reduce salt activity resulting from reducing concentration of water soluble ions.
 Keywords
Electrical conductivity (EC);Green manure;Salt accumulation;Salt activity;
 Language
Korean
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