Sugarcane Response to Mill Mud, Fertilizer, and Soybean Nutrient Sources on a Sandy Soil

@article{Gilbert2008SugarcaneRT,
  title={Sugarcane Response to Mill Mud, Fertilizer, and Soybean Nutrient Sources on a Sandy Soil},
  author={Robert. A. Gilbert and Dolen R. Morris and Curtis R. Rainbolt and James Mabry McCray and Ra{\'u}l Perdomo and B. R. Eiland and G. Powell and Germ{\'a}n Enamorado Montes},
  journal={Agronomy Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={100},
  pages={845-854}
}
Improving soil organic matter and soil fertility are important factors in the sustainability of sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) production. A 3-yr field trial was established in 2004 on a sandy Alfisol in Florida to compare the effect oforganic and inorganic nutrient sources on sugarcane production. The three nutrient sources were (i) mill mud (filter cake, cachaza), (ii) local standard fertilizer, and (iii) soybean cropping system before sugarcane. Soybean green manure increased sucrose yield (TSH… 

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