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EFFECTS OF GARBAGE COMPOST ON THE OUTPUT AND QUALITY OF PEANUT AND ACTINIDIA CHINENSIS AND ON SOIL IMPROVEMENT(PDF)

Chinese Journal of Applied & Environmental Biology[ISSN:1006-687X/CN:51-1482/Q]

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1995 04
Page:
364-370
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Title:
EFFECTS OF GARBAGE COMPOST ON THE OUTPUT AND QUALITY OF PEANUT AND ACTINIDIA CHINENSIS AND ON SOIL IMPROVEMENT
Author(s):
Tang Yongliang Gao Kunlin Xu Junxiang Shi Hua
Nanjing Institute of Soil Science, Academia Sinica, Nanjing 210008
Keywords:
garbage compostcrop qualitysoil improvement
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Abstract:
Garbage compost was studied for its fertilizer effeciency and soil improvement in red soil region. The results obtained from field tests indicated; Production of fresh fruit of Actinulia chinensis was increased by 59.2%~332.35% and peanut by 16.2%~1.6%. when 45~90 ton of garbage compost was applied per hectare; vitamin C in fresh fruit of A. chinensis was increased by 29.87%~35.42%; total sugar from 43.4g/kg to 80.4g/kg; the contents of heavy metal elements. including Cu. Cd, Pb and Cr. were similar to CK.Garbage compost could be used not only as a fertilizer for crops. but also to raise pH value of soil and remove toxic action of Al ion on plant root. Exchangeable Al was dropped from 12.66 mol/kg to 6.32 mol/kg; bulk density of soil from 1.3~1.27t/m3 to 1.11~1.10t/m3; field capacity was increased from 15.89% to 19.04% and total porosity from 52.6% to 56.5%.

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