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Effect of Mixtures with Lignite and Amino Acid Solution on the Growth of Rice Plant, Chinese Cabbage and Red Pepper, and the Chemical Properties of Soil
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 Title & Authors
Effect of Mixtures with Lignite and Amino Acid Solution on the Growth of Rice Plant, Chinese Cabbage and Red Pepper, and the Chemical Properties of Soil
Han, Seong-Soo; Yoo, Ki-Yong; Park, Min-Su; Lee, Young-Il; Baek, Seung-Hwa;
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 Abstract
For the study of possibility of practical use as an organic farm materials of the mixtures with lignite and amino acid solution, this experiment was carried out to investigate the effects of the mixtures on the growth and the yield of rice plant, chinese cabbage, and red pepper, and the effects of the mixtures on chemical properties of soil. Also, when the mixtures of the lignite plus amino acid solution and the chemical fertilizer were applied to these three crop cultivation area, authors want to know how can the loss in quantity of chemical fertilizer affects the growth and the yield of these crops. As the results, growth of rice plant applied with the mixtures of lignite and amino acid solution was better than that applied with the recommended rate of chemical fertilizer. Especially, the growth of rice plant appeared to be good at the treatment of 150 kg/ha of the mixed lignite with amino acid solution and at that of its mixtures and standard fertilization. Growth of chinese cabbage and red pepper was good at the application of 600 kg/ha of the mixed lignite with amino acid solution and at that of its mixtures and standard fertilization. Yield of rice and chinese cabbage was good at the treatment of 150 kg/ha of the mixed lignite with amino acid solution and at that of its mixtures and standard fertilization, and yield of red pepper was good at the application of 600 kg/ha of the mixed lignite with amino acid solution and at that of its mixtures and standard fertilization. The organic matter content increased and while the exchangeable cation decreased when the lignite mixed with amino acid solution and the loss in quantity of chemical fertilizer applied at paddy field. Incase of these treatments, pH and available phosphorus increase at upland field, but did not change at paddy field.
 Keywords
Loss in quantity of chemical fertilizer;Mixtures with lignite and amino acid solution;Organic farming materials;
 Language
Korean
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