Fertilising effect of sewage sludge ash inoculated with the phosphate-solubilising fungus Penicillium bilaiae under semi-field conditions

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Fertilising effect of sewage sludge ash inoculated with the phosphate-solubilising fungus Penicillium bilaiae under semi-field conditions. / Raymond, Nelly Sophie; Jensen, Lars Stoumann; van der Bom, Frederik; Nicolaisen, Mette Haubjerg; Müller-Stöver, Dorette.

In: Biology and Fertility of Soils, Vol. 55, No. 1, 01.01.2019, p. 43-51.

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Raymond, NS, Jensen, LS, van der Bom, F, Nicolaisen, MH & Müller-Stöver, D 2019, 'Fertilising effect of sewage sludge ash inoculated with the phosphate-solubilising fungus Penicillium bilaiae under semi-field conditions', Biology and Fertility of Soils, vol. 55, no. 1, pp. 43-51. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00374-018-1326-1

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Raymond, N. S., Jensen, L. S., van der Bom, F., Nicolaisen, M. H., & Müller-Stöver, D. (2019). Fertilising effect of sewage sludge ash inoculated with the phosphate-solubilising fungus Penicillium bilaiae under semi-field conditions. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 55(1), 43-51. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00374-018-1326-1

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Raymond NS, Jensen LS, van der Bom F, Nicolaisen MH, Müller-Stöver D. Fertilising effect of sewage sludge ash inoculated with the phosphate-solubilising fungus Penicillium bilaiae under semi-field conditions. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 2019 Jan 1;55(1):43-51. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00374-018-1326-1

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Raymond, Nelly Sophie ; Jensen, Lars Stoumann ; van der Bom, Frederik ; Nicolaisen, Mette Haubjerg ; Müller-Stöver, Dorette. / Fertilising effect of sewage sludge ash inoculated with the phosphate-solubilising fungus Penicillium bilaiae under semi-field conditions. In: Biology and Fertility of Soils. 2019 ; Vol. 55, No. 1. pp. 43-51.

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title = "Fertilising effect of sewage sludge ash inoculated with the phosphate-solubilising fungus Penicillium bilaiae under semi-field conditions",
abstract = "Sewage sludge ashes provide interesting possibilities to recycle phosphorus (P) to soil, although the immediate plant availability is often low. The objective of this work was to increase the P-fertilising effect of sewage sludge ash through inoculation with the phosphate-solubilising fungus Penicillium bilaiae. In a soil incubation study, ash amendment enhanced the content of water-extractable P, but in contrast to previous in vitro experiments, inoculation with P. bilaiae did not further increase P availability, probably due to limited competitiveness of the fungus in soil. In a micro-plot field trial, a moderate P fertiliser effect of the ash was found without any additional effect of P. bilaiae ash inoculation on plant biomass and P-uptake. However, soil microbial functions determined by the MicroResp™ method were not negatively affected by the ash amendment. In conclusion, inoculation with P. bilaiae did not prove to be a suitable strategy to enhance P availability from sewage sludge ash. A better insight into the fungus’ ecology and colonisation ability in soil and rhizosphere as well as into its interactions with ash P is needed to further develop such alternative P-fertilising approaches.",
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AB - Sewage sludge ashes provide interesting possibilities to recycle phosphorus (P) to soil, although the immediate plant availability is often low. The objective of this work was to increase the P-fertilising effect of sewage sludge ash through inoculation with the phosphate-solubilising fungus Penicillium bilaiae. In a soil incubation study, ash amendment enhanced the content of water-extractable P, but in contrast to previous in vitro experiments, inoculation with P. bilaiae did not further increase P availability, probably due to limited competitiveness of the fungus in soil. In a micro-plot field trial, a moderate P fertiliser effect of the ash was found without any additional effect of P. bilaiae ash inoculation on plant biomass and P-uptake. However, soil microbial functions determined by the MicroResp™ method were not negatively affected by the ash amendment. In conclusion, inoculation with P. bilaiae did not prove to be a suitable strategy to enhance P availability from sewage sludge ash. A better insight into the fungus’ ecology and colonisation ability in soil and rhizosphere as well as into its interactions with ash P is needed to further develop such alternative P-fertilising approaches.

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