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Management effect in vineyards on compaction, water conservation and CO2 emission in trafficking zones


Bogunović, Igor; Bilandžija Darija; Andabaka, Željko; Stupić, Domagoj; Kisić, Ivica; Maletić, Edi; Đurđević, Boris
Management effect in vineyards on compaction, water conservation and CO2 emission in trafficking zones // Sustainability challenges in agroecosystems / Jug, Irena ; Đurđević, Boris ; Brozović, Bojana (ur.).
Osijek: CROSTRO - Croatian Soil Tillage Research Organization, 2017. str. 25-25 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, ostalo)


Naslov
Management effect in vineyards on compaction, water conservation and CO2 emission in trafficking zones

Autori
Bogunović, Igor ; Bilandžija Darija ; Andabaka, Željko ; Stupić, Domagoj ; Kisić, Ivica ; Maletić, Edi ; Đurđević, Boris

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

Izvornik
Sustainability challenges in agroecosystems / Jug, Irena ; Đurđević, Boris ; Brozović, Bojana - Osijek : CROSTRO - Croatian Soil Tillage Research Organization, 2017, 25-25

ISBN
978-953-7871-62-8

Skup
3rd International Scientific Conference Sustainability challenges in agroecosystems

Mjesto i datum
Osijek, Hrvatska, 19-21.06.2017

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Tillage management ; soil respiration ; water conservation ; soil physics

Sažetak
In Croatia, vineyards are usually intensively managed and little is known about their environmental impacts. Soil and water resources are affected by this management which influence on severity of degradation processes. Thus, studies are needed to identify the impacts of intensive soil management on vineyards and identify the possible sustainable land management practice. Soil compaction, determined by penetration resistance (PR), soil water content (SWC) and CO2 fluxes from trafficked inter row positions were recorded in 2016 in an experiment in which four different soil management systems were compared in a vineyard raised on a silty clay loam soil, near Zagreb, Croatia: No-tillage (NT) system, continuous tillage (CT) and yearly inversed grass covered (INV-GC) and tillage managed (INV-T) inter rows are subjected to intensive traffic. Grape yield and must quality of grape variety Chardonnay was also monitored. INV-GC record highest PR, while NT records the lowest. The PR was significantly higher at 10-20 cm depth compared to 0-10 cm depth, and was significantly increasing with increase of number of tractor passes. Soil water content showed better conservation possibilities of INV-GC in drier period. The results of soil compaction under different management indicate that vineyard soil differently response to traffic intensity and impact on microfauna activity and CO2 emissions. INV-GC and NT managed soils record lower CO2 fluxes from vineyard soil compared to CT and INV-T treatments. Management treatments did not statistically influenced on grape yields. Overall, the tested treatments were affected in some by soil compaction problems, but only CT got a higher soil-water-gas movement and response against wheel traffic circulation impacts. However, we cannot recommend this management because it enhances soil erosion. Several years of investigation is needed to confirm the overall impact of different management treatments on the proportion of degradation process and their response to proportion of tractor circulation impacts.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Geologija, Poljoprivreda (agronomija)



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Bogunović, Igor; Bilandžija Darija; Andabaka, Željko; Stupić, Domagoj; Kisić, Ivica; Maletić, Edi; Đurđević, Boris
Management effect in vineyards on compaction, water conservation and CO2 emission in trafficking zones // Sustainability challenges in agroecosystems / Jug, Irena ; Đurđević, Boris ; Brozović, Bojana (ur.).
Osijek: CROSTRO - Croatian Soil Tillage Research Organization, 2017. str. 25-25 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, ostalo)
Bogunović, I., Bilandžija Darija, Andabaka, Ž., Stupić, D., Kisić, I., Maletić, E. & Đurđević, B. (2017) Management effect in vineyards on compaction, water conservation and CO2 emission in trafficking zones. U: Jug, I., Đurđević, B. & Brozović, B. (ur.)Sustainability challenges in agroecosystems.
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