Yıl 2018, Cilt 2, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 154 - 163 2018-12-08

INFLUENCE OF POULTRY LITTER CHAR ON PHOSPHORUS AVAILABILITY AND GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF CORN (Zea mays L.) IN DEGRADED SOIL

Jessie SABIJON [1] , Michael Adonis SUDARIA [2]

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Biochar created from poultry litter is a way to produce a value- added soil amendment that is lighter and less expensive to transport out of manure nutrient excess areas but its effects on nutrient availability are less known. A pot experiment was conducted to: 1) evaluate the phosphorus availability and growth performance of corn applied with poultry litter char grown in degraded soil. 2) determine the optimum rate of poultry litter char as amendment for corn in degraded soil. There were four treatments with four rates of PLC application (T1-0g kg-1 soil; T2-200g kg-1 soil, T3 - 400g kg-1 soil and T4 - 60g PLC kg-1 soil). Each treatment was replicated four times and arranged in Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD). Corn plants were used as a test crop for nutrient availability. Planting was done after 10 days of incubation of soil and poultry litter char mixture for reaction. Plants were harvested 30 days after planting for soil and tissue analysis. Results revealed that addition of poultry litter char enhances phosphorus availability and better growth performance. Generally, addition of increasing rates (20-60g kg-1 soil) of PLC resulted in consistent increase on weekly plant height, pHH2O, %OC, and extractable P of soil after harvest. On the other hand, similar increasing trend was observed in the soil extractable P within 10 days of incubation before planting. Tissue P concentration were increased after addition of increasing rates of PLC. However, there were no significant differences observed between the rates of PLC. Dry matter yield was also significantly increased with increasing the rates of PLC addition.

Poultry litter char, Phosphorus, Corn
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Yazar: Michael Adonis SUDARIA (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: Northwest Samar State University
Ülke: Philippines


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APA SABIJON, J , SUDARIA, M . (2018). INFLUENCE OF POULTRY LITTER CHAR ON PHOSPHORUS AVAILABILITY AND GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF CORN (Zea mays L.) IN DEGRADED SOIL. International Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences, 2 (2), 154-163. Retrieved from http://www.ijafls.org/issue/39180/434941
MLA SABIJON, J , SUDARIA, M . "INFLUENCE OF POULTRY LITTER CHAR ON PHOSPHORUS AVAILABILITY AND GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF CORN (Zea mays L.) IN DEGRADED SOIL". International Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences 2 (2018): 154-163 <http://www.ijafls.org/issue/39180/434941>
Chicago SABIJON, J , SUDARIA, M . "INFLUENCE OF POULTRY LITTER CHAR ON PHOSPHORUS AVAILABILITY AND GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF CORN (Zea mays L.) IN DEGRADED SOIL". International Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences 2 (2018): 154-163
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ISNAD SABIJON, Jessie , SUDARIA, Michael Adonis . "INFLUENCE OF POULTRY LITTER CHAR ON PHOSPHORUS AVAILABILITY AND GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF CORN (Zea mays L.) IN DEGRADED SOIL". International Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences 2 / 2 (Aralık 2018): 154-163.