Long-term fertilisation strategies and form affect nutrient budgets and soil test values, soil carbon retention and crop yield resilience

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Long-term fertilisation strategies and form affect nutrient budgets and soil test values, soil carbon retention and crop yield resilience. / van der Bom, Frederik; Magid, Jakob; Jensen, Lars Stoumann.

In: Plant and Soil, Vol. 434, No. 1-2, 15.01.2019, p. 47-64.

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van der Bom, F, Magid, J & Jensen, LS 2019, 'Long-term fertilisation strategies and form affect nutrient budgets and soil test values, soil carbon retention and crop yield resilience', Plant and Soil, vol. 434, no. 1-2, pp. 47-64. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11104-018-3754-y

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van der Bom, F., Magid, J., & Jensen, L. S. (2019). Long-term fertilisation strategies and form affect nutrient budgets and soil test values, soil carbon retention and crop yield resilience. Plant and Soil, 434(1-2), 47-64. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11104-018-3754-y

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van der Bom F, Magid J, Jensen LS. Long-term fertilisation strategies and form affect nutrient budgets and soil test values, soil carbon retention and crop yield resilience. Plant and Soil. 2019 Jan 15;434(1-2):47-64. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11104-018-3754-y

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van der Bom, Frederik ; Magid, Jakob ; Jensen, Lars Stoumann. / Long-term fertilisation strategies and form affect nutrient budgets and soil test values, soil carbon retention and crop yield resilience. In: Plant and Soil. 2019 ; Vol. 434, No. 1-2. pp. 47-64.

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title = "Long-term fertilisation strategies and form affect nutrient budgets and soil test values, soil carbon retention and crop yield resilience",
abstract = "Aims: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of long-term mineral and organic fertilisation on crop performance and soil fertility. Methods: The Long-Term Nutrient Depletion Trial (Denmark) was used to analyse changes in concentrations of Olsen-P, exchangeable potassium (K) and soil carbon (C). Yield responses (2010–2016) were evaluated making use of an early-season temperature model, fertilisation practices were evaluated by nutrient budgets, and nitrogen use efficiency by calculation of apparent recovery (ANR) in subplots receiving mineral N. Results: Olsen-P (r2 = 0.68, P < 0.001) and exchangeable K (r2 = 0.86, P < 0.001) were correlated with the nutrient budgets. Soil C concentrations increased from 10.0 g kg−1 (1995) to between 11.1–14.6 g kg−1 (2016), with the greatest accumulation under slurry applications (P < 0.05, equalling 17–47{\%} retention of slurry-C inputs). Relative yield responses of spring barley were associated with early season cold stress, but the model was not applicable to other crops. Increases of ANR in response to long-term phosphorus (P) applications were not significant. Conclusions: Balanced fertilisation is an effective way to maintain nutrient availability, and to ensure high and stable crop productivity and efficient use of nutrients. Direct C inputs from animal slurry are a major driver for increases of soil C concentrations.",
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N2 - Aims: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of long-term mineral and organic fertilisation on crop performance and soil fertility. Methods: The Long-Term Nutrient Depletion Trial (Denmark) was used to analyse changes in concentrations of Olsen-P, exchangeable potassium (K) and soil carbon (C). Yield responses (2010–2016) were evaluated making use of an early-season temperature model, fertilisation practices were evaluated by nutrient budgets, and nitrogen use efficiency by calculation of apparent recovery (ANR) in subplots receiving mineral N. Results: Olsen-P (r2 = 0.68, P < 0.001) and exchangeable K (r2 = 0.86, P < 0.001) were correlated with the nutrient budgets. Soil C concentrations increased from 10.0 g kg−1 (1995) to between 11.1–14.6 g kg−1 (2016), with the greatest accumulation under slurry applications (P < 0.05, equalling 17–47% retention of slurry-C inputs). Relative yield responses of spring barley were associated with early season cold stress, but the model was not applicable to other crops. Increases of ANR in response to long-term phosphorus (P) applications were not significant. Conclusions: Balanced fertilisation is an effective way to maintain nutrient availability, and to ensure high and stable crop productivity and efficient use of nutrients. Direct C inputs from animal slurry are a major driver for increases of soil C concentrations.

AB - Aims: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effects of long-term mineral and organic fertilisation on crop performance and soil fertility. Methods: The Long-Term Nutrient Depletion Trial (Denmark) was used to analyse changes in concentrations of Olsen-P, exchangeable potassium (K) and soil carbon (C). Yield responses (2010–2016) were evaluated making use of an early-season temperature model, fertilisation practices were evaluated by nutrient budgets, and nitrogen use efficiency by calculation of apparent recovery (ANR) in subplots receiving mineral N. Results: Olsen-P (r2 = 0.68, P < 0.001) and exchangeable K (r2 = 0.86, P < 0.001) were correlated with the nutrient budgets. Soil C concentrations increased from 10.0 g kg−1 (1995) to between 11.1–14.6 g kg−1 (2016), with the greatest accumulation under slurry applications (P < 0.05, equalling 17–47% retention of slurry-C inputs). Relative yield responses of spring barley were associated with early season cold stress, but the model was not applicable to other crops. Increases of ANR in response to long-term phosphorus (P) applications were not significant. Conclusions: Balanced fertilisation is an effective way to maintain nutrient availability, and to ensure high and stable crop productivity and efficient use of nutrients. Direct C inputs from animal slurry are a major driver for increases of soil C concentrations.

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