Orientation of processes of biological nitrogen transformation in winter rye agroecosystems under different levels of fertilization background
Keywords: nitrogen fi xation, emission of N 2 O, biological nitrogen transformation, physiological need for nitrogen
AbstractAim. To determine physiologically expedient rates of mineral nitrogen in winter rye production on sod-podzol- ic soils based on the orientation of the processes of biological nitrogen transformation in the plants rhizosphere. Methods. Field studies, gas chromatography determination of potential nitrogen fi xation activity and potential emissions of N 2 O. Results. The results obtained have demonstrated that the rates of mineral nitrogen, not ex- ceeding 60 kg/ha, can be considered physiologically expedient for winter rye production on sod-podzolic soils. Under the application of microbial preparation Diazobakteryn, there is a higher physiological need of plants for nitrogen, which allows increasing the rates of nitrogen fertilizers up to 90 kg/ha. Conclusions. The orienta- tion of the processes of biological nitrogen transformation in the root zone of plants is a reliable indicator of determining the appropriateness of nitrogen fertilization of crops.
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Volkogon, V., & Korotka, I. (2016). Orientation of processes of biological nitrogen transformation in winter rye agroecosystems under different levels of fertilization background. Agricultural Science and Practice, 3(3), 28-34. https://doi.org/10.15407/agrisp3.03.028
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