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ISSN: 2637-4676

Current Investigations in Agriculture and Current Research

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Nutrient Balance Under the Grape Plant in the Azerbaijan Arid Subtropic Zone Soils

Volume 6 - Issue 1

MI Mammadov and MG Mustafayev*

Received: January 11, 2019;   Published:January 18, 2019

DOI: 10.32474/CIACR.2019.06.000227

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The problems of the nutrient balance study under vineyards in the light-chestnut soils of Ganja-Gazakh of Azerbaijan are examined. 3,84kg/h of N/NH3; 0,99kg/h of N/nO3 P2O5 of 1,16kg/h penetrate into the soil with the atmosphere precipitations, but 1,73; 1,55; 1,05; 21,69kg/h with the irrigative waters. A total annual nitrogen-6,87-7,29%, phosphorus-0,59-0,79%, potassium-3,92-7,29% were leached from the scattered fertilizer into lizimeters. While a weight of the dry mass and a total quantity of the nutrient increase, an outlet with the annual trimming materials and crops has raised. It is established that a balance of nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium under all the versions of the experiment is positive. The balance under a control version where deficit of the nutrient is negative. At an application of fertilizer under the version of N90P120K120 the balance forms for nitrogen +41, 8-(+44,6); phosphorus +102,2-(+110,1), potassium +81,1-(+85,6) kg/h.

Keywords: Balance; Trimming Materials; Fallen Leave; Nutrient; Entering and Carrying Parts; Deficit; Mineral Fertilizers

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