Nutrient-Use and Carbon-Sequestration Efficiencies in Soils from Different Organic Wastes in Rice and Tomato Cultivation

@article{Rahman2013NutrientUseAC,
  title={Nutrient-Use and Carbon-Sequestration Efficiencies in Soils from Different Organic Wastes in Rice and Tomato Cultivation},
  author={M. Rahman},
  journal={Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis},
  year={2013},
  volume={44},
  pages={1457 - 1471}
}
  • M. Rahman
  • Published 2013
  • Environmental Science
  • Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis
Effects of household waste, chicken manure, and cow dung on nutrient-use and carbon (C)–sequestration efficiencies and improvement of soil fertility were assessed. Application of household waste at the rate of 4 kg m−2 and cow dung at the rate of 3 kg m−2 produced the maximum yields of rice and tomato, respectively. Nutrient uptake and use efficiency were enhanced with the application of wastes. Incorporation of wastes increased C content and decreased bulk density of soils. The maximum C… Expand
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