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Variation Patterns in Concentration of Inorganic Nitrogen from Liquid Grass Fertilizer during Aerobic Incubation
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Variation Patterns in Concentration of Inorganic Nitrogen from Liquid Grass Fertilizer during Aerobic Incubation
Lee, Tae-Kyu; Park, Ji-Suk; Lee, Min-Jin; Kim, Jong-Sung; Ro, Hee-Myong; Kim, Sang-Jun; Jeon, Seung-Woo; Seo, Sang-Gug; Kim, Kil-Yong; Lee, Geon-Hyoung; Jeong, Byung-Gon;
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 Abstract
To assess fertilizer value of an quasi-aerobically fermented liquid clipped-grass fertilizer, aerobic incubation experiment using two texturally contrasting loam (L) and sandy loam (SL) soils was conducted for 60 days to investigate temporal variations in N mineralization pattern of the liquid fertilizer applied. To do so, the quasi-aerobically fermented liquid clipped-grass fertilizer was prepared, applied to each soil at a rate of 200 kg-N and aerobically in the dark. During incubation, soil water content was adjusted to field moisture capacity (-33 kPa of soil matric potential) by adding distilled water as necessary to maintain their initial weights. At desired time of incubation (0, 1, 5, 10, 20, 40, and 60 days after incubation), soil was sampled and analyzed for inorganic nitrogen (-N and -N) concentrations, pH, EC, total carbon contents and total nitrogen contents. Concentrations of -N began to decrease right after incubation for L soils, and 10 days after incubation for SL soils, while those of -N began to increase onset of -N disappearance. The results of this study showed that quasi-aerobically fermented liquid clipped-grass fertilizer could serve as an alternative to chemical N fertilizer.
 Keywords
Fertilizer value;Liquid clipped-grass fertilizer;Inorganic nitrogen;Mineralization;Nitrification;
 Language
Korean
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