Bioorganic–Mineral Fertilizer Can Remediate Chemical Fertilizer-Oversupplied Soil: Purslane Planting as an Example

@article{Yang2020BioorganicMineralFC,
  title={Bioorganic–Mineral Fertilizer Can Remediate Chemical Fertilizer-Oversupplied Soil: Purslane Planting as an Example},
  author={Y. Yang and S. Syed and Shaoxing Mao and Q. Li and Feng Ge and B. Lian and Changmei Lu},
  journal={Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition},
  year={2020},
  pages={1-9}
}
  • Y. Yang, S. Syed, +4 authors Changmei Lu
  • Published 2020
  • Chemistry
  • Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
  • Chemical fertilizer (CF)-oversupplied soils in intensive agricultural systems are typically abandoned due to loss of fertility and productivity. In this study, we investigated the potential of organic-mineral fertilizer (OMF), produced by a combination of organic matter, potassium (K)-feldspar powder and microbial fermentation, to alleviate the same in purslane cultivation. A gradient dose of OMF was applied to CF-oversupplied soils and purslane was grown in it and the alterations in soil… CONTINUE READING
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