effect of lime and phosphorus on the yield and phosphorus content of legumes in western Oregon by T. L. Jackson

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  • Legumes -- Oregon -- Fertilizers,
  • Phosphatic fertilizers -- Oregon,
  • Liming of soils -- Oregon,
  • Legumes -- Yields -- Oregon

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Statement[T.L. Jackson, H.H. Rampton, and J. McDermid].
SeriesTechnical bulletin / Oregon State University, Agricultural Experiment Station -- 83., Technical bulletin (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 83.
ContributionsRampton, H. H. 1904-, McDermid, J. T.
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Pagination24 p. :
Number of Pages24
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Yield and Ca and P content were noted for named varieties of Medicago sativa, Trifolium repens, T. subterraneum, T. pratense, Lotus corniculatus and Vicia sativa, the last being replaced after a year by T.

incarnatum, grown for 5 years on 2 major soil associations, Williamette and Olympic, with different amounts of applied lime and P. Response varied between species and soils, with some Cited by: 5. The effect of lime and phosphorus on the yield and phosphorus content of legumes in western Oregon Public Deposited.

Analytics × Add to Cited by: 5. A field experiment was conducted at 2 locations (Bolosso Sore and Damot Sore) in Wolaita Zone of SNNPRS to evaluate the response of 2 varieties of haricot bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) to phosphorus fertilizer rates and liming on acidic ations of 4 levels of P (0, 10, 20 and 30 kg ha-1) with 2 rates of lime (0 and t ha-1) were used on 2 varieties.

A field experiment was conducted at the Instructional-cum-Research Farm, Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat district of Assam, during summer season to study the effect of levels of Phosphorus and lime on the yield attributes and pod yield of.

Effects of increasing rates of lime and phosphorus addition on concentrations of available nutrients in soil and on P, Al and Mn uptake by two pasture legumes, lotus (Lotus pedunculatus Cav.) and white clover (Trifolium repens L.), were studied in a pot experiment using a highly leached acid (pH ) soil.

Liming resulted in an increase in exchangeable Ca and thus in percentage base Cited by: PDF | The interactive effects of lime and phosphorus on maize growth in an acid soil were investigated in a greenhouse experiment. A completely | Find, read and cite all the research you need. Soil acidity and phosphorus deficiency are the major yield limiting factors to crop production in Haro Sabu area, western Ethiopia.

Thus, a field experiment was carried out in main cropping season from the end of June to the end of November at Haro Sabu to assess the effect of lime and phosphorus rates on soil physico-chemical properties of the experimental soil.

One influence on phosphorus availability is the soil's pH level. If soils are too acidic, phosphorus reacts with iron and aluminum. That makes it unavailable to plants. Forage production in south-eastern Australia is well below potential.

Poor productivity in the higher rainfall zones has often been attributed to effects of soil acidity and phosphorus deficiency on N 2 fixation by legumes in pasture swards.

Difficult terrain and lack of suitable equipment commonly prevents the incorporation of lime or phosphatic fertilisers in permanently grazed pastures, and. including the calorie, potassium, and phosphorus content found in commonly consumed beverages.

It is of interest that most clear sodas are lower in phosphorus, but many still contain natural and added potassium (Gordon D, per-sonal communication, J ).7 Labeling Phosphorus additives on labels are often hard to.

Effect of Lime and Phosphorus Fertilizer on Acid Soil Properties and Sorghum Grain Yield and Yield Components at Assosa in Western Ethiopia World Res. Agric. Sci. Treatments and Experimental Design The experiment consisted of factorial combination of five levels of lime (0, and t ha-1) and four.

Download Citation | Influence of Lime and Phosphorus Fertilizer on the Acid Properties of Soils and Soybean (Glycine max L.) Crops Grown in Benshangul-Gumuze Regional State Assosa Area | Soil.

Soil acidity and low availability of phosphorus (P) are among the major problems limiting crop production and productivity in the highlands of Ethiopia.

An experiment was conducted under filed conditions to evaluate the effects of lime and P fertilizer on yield and yield components of malt barley (Hordeum distichum L.), and soil physic-chemical.

Yield root morphology and chemical composition of two pasture legumes as affected by lime and phosphorus applications to an acid soil.

Plant and Soil – Ishikawa, S., Wagamatsu, T., Sasaki, R. and Manu, P. Five levels of lime (0, and t ha-1) and four levels of P (0, 23, 46 and 69 kg ha-1) laid out in randomised complete block design with three is of variance revealed that the interaction effect of lime and phosphorus fertilizer significantly (P≤) affected head weight, straw and grain yield of sorghum.

Effect of zinc and phosphorus fertilization on the content and uptake of N, P, K, Ca, Mg and Zn by maize and wheat. Mysore J. Agr. Sci. – Google Scholar. EFFECT OF LIME AND PHOSPHORUS APPLICATIONS ON CONCENTRATIONS OF AVAILABLE NUTRIENTS AND ON P, Al AND Mn UPTAKE BY TWO PASTURE LEGUMES IN AN ACID SOIL by R.

HAYNES and the late T. LUDECKE Department of Soil Science, Lincoln College, Canterbury, New Zealand KEY WORDS Al Available nutrients Ca K Lime Mg Mn Na P Pasture legumes Soil. “Phosphorus is most available to plants when soil is at a 'Goldilocks' zone of acidity,” says Andrew Margenot.

Margenot is a researcher at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. There are ways to make more phosphorus available to plants. For example, adding lime. Abstract Loss of soil‐water saturation may impair growth of rainfed lowland rice by restricting nutrient uptake, including the uptake of added phosphorus (P).

For acidic soils, reappearance of soluble aluminum (Al) following loss of soil‐water saturation may also restrict P uptake. The aim of this study was to determine whether liming, flooding, and P additions could ameliorate the effects. Phosphorus fertilization significantly affected dry matter yield while phosphorus solubilizing bacteria did not show any effect on dry matter yield.

While phosphorus fertilization did not affect the botanical composition of grasses, the composition of legumes and other families was affected. Corpus ID: Applying lime to raise soil pH for crop production (western Oregon) @inproceedings{AndersonApplyingLT, title={Applying lime to raise soil pH for crop production (western Oregon)}, author={N.

Anderson and J. Hart and D. Sullivan and D. Horneck and G. Pirelli and N. Christensen}, year={} }. yield and legumes component within the botanical composition of the stand (Papnastasis and Papachristou, ; Hatipoglu et al., ; Aydin and Uzun, ).

Fertilization may improve not only dry matter yield but also affect the chemical content of produced hay. In general, phosphorus application causes an increase in.

Table 4: Effect of P rate on grain yield of soybean (kg ha-1). Lime by P interaction effects was non-significant on grain yield of soybean (Tables 5 and 6). Regarding to the interaction effect of lime by phosphorous the highest mean yield of soybean (kg ha-1) was obtained by *exchangeable acidity ( t ha-1) of caco3 and 46 P.

Phosphorus and lime application significantly increased top yields of common bean and corn (Table 1). Application of mg P/kg without lime gave the highest yield for rice and wheat. At this level of P, rice top yields increased by fold, and wheat top yields increased by. Phosphorus Lime×phosphorus Lime Phosphorus Lime×phosphorus Table6:Plantheight(cm)atsixweeksafterplanting.

Limeratetha−1 Phosphorusrateskgha −1 Means 0 2 10 20 Means calculated; green fodder yield (t ha-1), where all the plots of each replication were harvested and weighted separately to get fodder yield in kg per plot and then converted into tons ha RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Effect of phosphorus application yield of fodder maize was investigated and the results are presented in this section.

The Effect of Lime and Phosphorus on the Yield and Phosphorus Content of Legumes in Western Oregon T. JACKSON, H. RAMPTON, AND J. MCDERMID The yield capacity of different legume species and the ability of these legumes to produce under different soil conditions must be recognized in the establishment of a forage production program.

however, the effects of this practice on soil pH and crop yield have not been extensively studied. In 1 yr of research, subsur-face banded lime at a rate of kg ha−1 was shown to effectively reduce soil acidity in the surface 10 cm at an eastern Washington location, but no grain yield. In a trials in with groundnuts grown on a saline soil (pH ), applying 0, or t lime as paper mill sludge/ha gave pod yields ofand t/ha, resp.

Applying 60 kg P2O5/ha as diammonium phosphate, single superphosphate (SSP), Mussori rock phosphate (MRP) or 50% as SSP + 50% as MRP gave yields of, and t, resp.

However, from Fig. 3a, the yield of -lime is seen to be higher than of +lime, and this was dependent on the interaction with P level; lime level did not have a significant main effect on grain yield.

In the respective treatments -lime and +lime, 0 and 12 kg P [] was required to achieve 95% of maximum yield. The main effect of magnesium was not significant, but a positive phosphorus-magnesium interaction was found for variety Moneymaker. Lime (carbonate) decreased the yield significantly each season.

A significant interaction was found between lime and nitrogen level, the adverse effect of lime occurring at the high and intermediate levels of nitrogen.

phosphorus on the yield and phosphorus content of legumes in western Oregon, Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 83 (Oregon. Acid soils are worldwide spread, where low phosphorus (P) availability is considered as the major limiting constraint for crop growth, particularly on the newly cultivated acidic soils.

Traditionally, the rotation system of rice with leguminous crops has been often used on acid soils. However, little is known about how P availability affects this traditional rotation system on acid soils.

The phosphorus content of the leaves of glasshouse tomatoes, carnations and winter lettuce was decreased by additions of potassium sulphate and lime to the soil, except at low levels of soil phosphate.

Liming also increased the amounts of phosphorus extracted. Phosphorus deficiency is a widespread problem in South Asia and Africa and application of 60 kg P 2 O 5 ha − 1 has increased chickpea yield. However, the response to phosphorus tends to be less in chickpea than in other cool-season food legumes and cereals because chickpeas are able to exploit other sources of phosphorus unavailable to most.

Phosphorus is often recommended as a row-applied starter fertilizer for incre asing early growth, even if P is not deficient for grain yield. Another strategy is to place P two inches below the seed of row crops seedlings.

for young Producers need to carefully evaluate cosmetic effects from P. The lime-precipitation system is designed to use hydrated or burnt lime to remove phosphorus from dairy parlor wastewater and in the process destroy pathogens.

As wastewater flows into a mixing tank, a differential pH controller senses a drop in the pH and triggers a pump to add a mixture of a 30 percent hydrated lime solution to the wastewater. Phosphorus is an essential element for plant and animal growth, but too much of it can accelerate the natural aging of lakes and streams.

This publication covers essential scientific information about phosphorus and how it behaves in soil, current concerns about phosphorus runoff from agriculture, and how farms can manage this nutrient. Ali Shah (PMAS), Arid Agricultural University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan to evaluate the effect of phosphorus fertilizer levels on grain yield, biomass yield, shoot and grain N yields and nitrogen fixation of mash bean.

Four levels of phosphorus viz, 0, 40, 80 and kg P2O5 ha-1 were used as the treatment variables. The experiment. Global macronutrient demand over time. The demand for fertilizer nutrients is increasing with the increasing demand for food production.

Nitrogen fertilizer is required in the largest volume, followed by phosphorus (P 2 O 4) and potassium (K 2 0). Data sources: FAOSTAT Date Fri Apr 15 CEST (‐); IFA Heffer June (‐); FAO world fertilizer trends and outlook.

“Aluminum toxicity is probably having a modest effect on yield in low pH soils,” Penney says. “But higher nitrogen rates, more inputs and better agronomy overall have offset that effect.” However, he says, lime — though expensive due to large required volumes and trucking — could reduce the required rates for these other inputs.The effects of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium on the yields of Dark Skin Perfection peas were investigated at nine locations during three successive cropping seasons.

All three nutrients were applied broadcast at rates of 0, 30, 60, and 90 kg/ha in randomized block experiments with four replicates. “Phosphorus is most available to plants when soil is at a ‘Goldilocks’ zone of acidity,” says Andrew Margenot.

Margenot is a researcher at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. There are ways to make more phosphorus available to plants. For example, adding lime (calcium hydroxide) reduces soil acidity.

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