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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Amazônia Ocidental - Resumo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2000
Type of Material: Resumo em anais de congresso (ALICE)
Authors: MOTA, M. do S.
LEHMANN, J.
SCHROTH, G.
Additional Information: Bolsilta CNPq; University of Bayreuth; University of Hamburg.
Title: Fertilization effects on soil P, K, Ca and Mg contents in a mixed tree cropping system in Central Amazonia.
Publisher: In: GERMAN-BRAZILIAN WORKSHOP ON NEOTROPICAL ECOSYSTEMS, 2000, Hamburg. Programa and abstracts... Hamburg: University, 2000.
Pages: p. 180.
Language: en
Keywords: Agrofloresta
Urucu
Brasil
Amazonas
Manaus
Tropical rain forest
Fertilizers application
Cover plants.
Description: Study on the fertilizer effects on P, K, Ca and Mg contents in mixed tred cropping system (castanha-do-Para, pupunha, cupuacu, pueraria). Fertilizers at four different levels (30%, 100%, 100%+P and 30%-N-lime) of the recommended fertilization, Embrapa Amazonia Ocidental, Manaus-AM, Brasil). The high soil nutrient contents under pupunha indicated that this species does not need the large amounts of fertilizers applied. For urucu, the P and K fertilization could be reduced. Generally, the species effect was more clearly visible below 15 cm depth, whereas the effect of fertilizationdominated the nutrient differences at the topsoil.
Thesagro: Adubação
Bactris Gasipaes
Bixa Orellana
Bertholletia Excelsa
Castanha do Para
Conservação do Solo
Cultivo Multiplo
Cupuaçu
Cobertura do Solo
Fertilidade do Solo
Floresta Tropical Úmida
Leguminosa
Pupunha
Pueraria Phaseoloides
Theobroma Grandiflorum.
NAL Thesaurus: agroforestry
legumes
multiple cropping
soil fertility.
soil conservation
Data Created: 2000-12-05
Appears in Collections:Resumo em anais de congresso (CPAA)

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