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Decomposition of Livestock Manure in Soils Cultivated with Chinese Cabbage along an Altitude Gradient
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Decomposition of Livestock Manure in Soils Cultivated with Chinese Cabbage along an Altitude Gradient
Zhang, Yong-Seon; Lee, Gye-Jun; Lee, Jeong-Tae; Sonn, Yeon-Kyu; Yun, Hong-Bae; Kim, Myung-Sook;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to investigate decomposition of livestock manure in soils cultivated with Chinese cabbage along an alitude gradient. The experiments were conducted in Kangreung (17 m above sea level), Bongpyeong (430 m above sea level), and Daekwanryeong (800 m above the sea level) in order to assess the decomposition rate and accumulations of livestock manures depending on different altitudes. During chinese cabbage cultivation, the decomposition ratios of organic matter derived form livestock manure expressed as % of the initial organic matter content were 42~48% for Kangreung, 26~29% for Bongpyeong and 10~14% for Daekwanryeong. Changes in air temperature with altitude might be a main factor affecting manure decomposition rates.
 Keywords
Livestock manure;Altitude;Chinese cabbage;Temperature;Soil organic matter;Decomposition;
 Language
Korean
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