The ammonium lactate soluble potassium and phosphorus content of the soils of north-east Hungary region: a quantifying study
1National Agricultural Research and Innovation Centre, Újfehértó, Hungary
2University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary
*Correspondence: Dr. Anita Jakab, email: firstname.lastname@example.org address: National Agricultural Research and Innovation Centre, Vadas tag 2. Újfehértó, 4244 Hungary, Office Tel. number: +3642590007
Half of the orchards of Hungary are in Szatmár-Bereg County. The county is in North-east Hungary. The total area of this micro region (5936 km²) covers 6.6% of the country’s overall territory (90 030 km2). The most common soil types of the planted areas in Szatmár and Bereg region are acidic meadow (WRB Vertisol) and acidic sediment (WRB Fluvisol) soils, while sandy (WRB Arenosol) soils dominate the neighboring area (Nyírség). In this study several chemical parameters were investigated, including ammonium lactate (AL) soluble phosphorus and potassium content of soils of fruit plantations. Ammonium soluble phosphorus and potassium contents of soils are represent determining the current amount of phosphorus and potassium available to plants in the soil solution. We established nutrient deficiency caused by acidification of soils examined. Results of soil analysis can contribute to sustainable soil and land use by considering soil and plant nutrient requirements.
Keywords: AL-P2O5, AL-K2O, Northeastern Hungary
Cite as: Jakab, A..“The ammonium lactate soluble potassium and phosphorus content of the soils of north-east Hungary region: a quantifying study” DRC Sustainable Future 2020, 1(1), DOI: 10.37281/DRCSF/1.1.2
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