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Residual Effect of Polyhalite Fertilizer for Maize Grown on Sandy Soil

Residual Effect of Polyhalite Fertilizer for Maize Grown on Sandy Soil

Poster prepared by Vale, F., and Döwich, I
Language:
English
Year:
2017
Category:
Posters

This poster looks at the residual effect of polyhalite fertilizer. The aim of the research was to evaluate the residual effect of the mineral fertilizer polyhalite on maize yield, when it was applied on soybean planted as the previous crop.

The conclusions reached are:

  • Fertilization with polyhalite increased soybean yield and maintained a residual effect for the next crop.
  • The residual effect of polyhalite increased maize yields by 6% in comparison with KCl fertilization, showing the importance of the S, Ca and Mg in crop management.

 

 

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