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Effect of Expeller Cake Fertilizer Application on Soil Properties and Red Mustard (Brassica Juncea L.) Yield in Soil of Organic Farm of Plastic Film Greenhouse
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Effect of Expeller Cake Fertilizer Application on Soil Properties and Red Mustard (Brassica Juncea L.) Yield in Soil of Organic Farm of Plastic Film Greenhouse
Kim, Kab-Cheol; Ahn, Byung-Koo; Kim, Hyung-Gook; Jeong, Seong-Soo;
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 Abstract
To evaluate the application level of expeller cake fertilizer (ECF), we have investigated soil chemical properties, leaf mineral contents and yield of red mustard in plastic film greenhouse. Four levels of fertilizer were applied as 50% (ECF 50), 75% (ECF 75), 100% (ECF 100) and 150% (ECF 150) by base of ECF. In 2010, red mustard was planted on April 28 in silt loam soil and harvested on July 7. Commerical yields were measured 12 times from May 14 to July 7. Electrical conductivity (), available () and exchangeable cations (, and ) were tended to increase by the application of ECF. However, the range of those was not so big increasing amount. The content of T-N, K, Ca and P of red mustard leaves was , , and , respectively. The nitrogen utilization rate of red mustard was 38~52%, and it was decreased with increased application of ECF. The yield of red mustard was 13,670 to on the basis of application amount of ECF and the yield did not increased in spite of increased ECF. The optimum dose of application of ECF for cultivation of red mustard was from (ECF 50) to (ECF 75). Environment-friendly and economical amount of applied fertilizer is more important than yield for cultivation of red mustard.
 Keywords
Red mustard;Expeller cake fertilizer;Chemical property;Soil;
 Language
Korean
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