(Article of periodic en Anglais - 2014)

Document title

Long-term response of soil Olsen P and organic C to the depletion or addition of chemical and organic fertilizers

Authors(s) and Affiliation(s)

SHEN P. (1 2) ; XU M. (1) ; ZHANG H. (1) ; YANG X. (3) ; HUANG S. (4) ; ZHANG S. (1) ; HE X. (2) ;
(1) Ministry of Agriculture Key Lab. of Crop Nutrition and Fertilization, Inst. of Agricultural Resources and Regional Planning, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences,, Beijing, CHINE
(2) School of Plant Biology, Univ. of Western Australia, Crawley, AUSTRALIE
(3) College of Natural Resources and Environment, Northwest A&F Univ., Yangling, CHINE
(4) Inst. of Plant Nutrition, resources and Environment, Henan Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Zhengzhou, CHINE


Soil degradation and water pollution could have resulted from inappropriate phosphorus (P) supply. Soil Olsen P is generally a good indicator to estimate bio-availability of P and environmental risk in alkaline soil. The change in Olsen P is always strongly affected by soil organic carbon (SOC) when different forms of inorganic and/or organic P are applied to farmlands with chemical fertilizer and/or manure. The AA. related soil Olsen P to apparent P balance (APB) and SOC in alkaline soils at three 15-year (1991–2005) fertilization sites of northern China. Six treatments were examined. It is highlighted that soil organic matter was significantly higher under P than under no-P fertilization. Soil organic matter accumulation significantly positively correlated with Olsen P. The combination of chemical P and manure P with organic C input is a better strategy to increase soil Olsen P and SOC accumulation on farmland with maize–wheat rotation in northern China


Article of periodic

published at : Catena / ISSN 0341-8162

Editor : Catena, Cremlingen-Destedt - ALLEMAGNE (1973)

Millesime : 2014, no118 [pp. 20-27]

Bibliographic references : 43 ref.

Collation : 4 fig., 5 tabl.



INIST-CNRS, Cote INIST : 16767

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