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Effect of SCB Liquid Manure Application in Pear Orchard Managed by Cover Crop System on Tree Growth, Potential Nutrient Recovery and Soil Physicochemical Properties
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Effect of SCB Liquid Manure Application in Pear Orchard Managed by Cover Crop System on Tree Growth, Potential Nutrient Recovery and Soil Physicochemical Properties
Lee, Seong-Eun; Park, Jin-Myeon; Choi, Dong-Geun;
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 Abstract
Many farmers have been seeking alternatives to chemical fertilizer for successful organic fruit production. This experiment was carried out to investigate the replaceability of chemical fertilizer by cover crop and slurry composting biofiltration (SCB) liquid manure (LM) application in pear orchard. Three treatments were contained in this experiment; cover crop only and cover crop + LM treatment, and control (chemical fertilizer application). Dry weight and mineral contents of gramineous cover crops were significantly increased in LM-combined treatments than that of leguminous species. Bulk density of soil was decreased in rye + LM and hairy vetch + LM treatments, compared with each cover crop treatment. Soil pH was lowest in fertilizer treatment and soil nitrate content became similar between treatments after rainy season. Available soil phosphate was lower in cover crop and cover crop + LM treatmemts than control, but exchangeable Mg was higher. The mineral content and net assimilation rate of leaves showed no difference between the treatments. As a result, it is suggested that the application of SCB liquid manure in pear orchard managed by cover crops is desirable to maintain the productivity by improving soil physical properties and potential nutrient recovery.
 Keywords
Cover crop;SCB liquid manure;Pear;Soil properties;
 Language
Korean
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