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How soil tillage effects the soil organic matter status in soil?


Đurđević, Boris; Jug, Irena; Brozović, Bojana; Vukadinović, Vesna; Jug, Danijel
How soil tillage effects the soil organic matter status in soil? // 14th congress of the Croatian society of soil science, Book of Abstracts / Popović, Brigita ; Zebec, Vladimir ; Perčin, Aleksandra (ur.).
Osijek: Hrvatsko tloznanstveno društvo, 2022. str. 28-28 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


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Naslov
How soil tillage effects the soil organic matter status in soil?

Autori
Đurđević, Boris ; Jug, Irena ; Brozović, Bojana ; Vukadinović, Vesna ; Jug, Danijel

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
14th congress of the Croatian society of soil science, Book of Abstracts / Popović, Brigita ; Zebec, Vladimir ; Perčin, Aleksandra - Osijek : Hrvatsko tloznanstveno društvo, 2022, 28-28

ISBN
978-953-58241-1-4

Skup
14th congress of the Croatian society of soil science "Soil degradation – challenge in agricultural production"

Mjesto i datum
Sveti Martin na Muri, Hrvatska, 12.09.2022. - 16.09.2022

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
climate change ; conservation tillage ; soil fertility ; soil organic matter

Sažetak
Soil organic matter (SOM) content is the key function for preventing soil degradation and rising of soil fertility. Basic benefits of SOM are physical (increases aggregate stability and soil water capacity and decrease soil crusting), chemical (increases cation exchange capacity of soil and availability of essential soil nutrients) and biological (represents habitat and food for numerous live organisms in soil). Furthermore, SOM plays a crucial role in soil carbon sequestration, as a consequence of soil containing the largest terrestrial carbon (C) pool mainly in the form of soil organic matter, which is very sensitive to climate changes, land use and agricultural management practices. The main problem occurs when we change management practice of native land (for example, turning forest and natural pastures in agricultural land) which, due to soil disturbance, causes rapid loss of organic matter. It is estimated that in the period of 50 years 30-50 % of the soil organic matter found under native forest can be lost after the forest was converted to agriculture. The main reason of that rapid loss is excessive tillage (conventional tillage - plowing) and also, inadequate crop rotation or absence of soil cover. Conventional tillage increases the oxygen content of the soil, stimulates soil microbes to decompose soil organic matter which leads to soil structure deterioration, disturbed soil-water relationships and finally the lower soil fertility. When organic material is not applied to the soil through organic fertilizers, crop residues or cover crops (siderate), soil organic-matter levels rapidly decline. In recent years, the promotion of less intensive tillage practices (conservation tillage or reduced tillage) as agricultural management has mange to mitigate some of mentioned negative impacts on SOM. The transition from conventional to conservation tillage can result in C stock increase especially in upper soil layers (0–30 cm) around 4.6 t/ha over ≥ 10 years. Higher SOM concentrations in the upper soil will not only increase soil fertility but also provide resilience to extreme weather conditions which are a consequence of climate change.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Poljoprivreda (agronomija)



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Projekti:
HRZZ-IP-2020-02-2647 - Procjena konzervacijske obrade tla kao napredne metode uzgoja usjeva i prevencije degradacije tla (ACTIVEsoil) (Jug, Danijel, HRZZ - 2020-02) ( CroRIS)

Ustanove:
Fakultet agrobiotehničkih znanosti Osijek

Poveznice na cjeloviti tekst rada:

www.tloznanstvo.eu

Citiraj ovu publikaciju:

Đurđević, Boris; Jug, Irena; Brozović, Bojana; Vukadinović, Vesna; Jug, Danijel
How soil tillage effects the soil organic matter status in soil? // 14th congress of the Croatian society of soil science, Book of Abstracts / Popović, Brigita ; Zebec, Vladimir ; Perčin, Aleksandra (ur.).
Osijek: Hrvatsko tloznanstveno društvo, 2022. str. 28-28 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)
Đurđević, B., Jug, I., Brozović, B., Vukadinović, V. & Jug, D. (2022) How soil tillage effects the soil organic matter status in soil?. U: Popović, B., Zebec, V. & Perčin, A. (ur.)14th congress of the Croatian society of soil science, Book of Abstracts.
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