Yıl 2018, Cilt 7, Sayı 2, Sayfalar 187 - 194 2018-04-01

Response of three soils in the derived savanna zone of southwestern Nigeria to combined application of organic and inorganic fertilizer as affecting phosphorus fractions

Abigail O. Ojo [1] , Michael T. Adetunji [2] , Christopher O. Adejuyigbe [3] , Ibukun O. Fademi [4]

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Phosphorus inputs to the soil are primarily from the application of fertilizer P and organic resources. A ten week incubation study was carried out to determine the effects of organic and inorganic P sources on phosphorus fractions in three derived savanna soils. Poultry manure was applied at 0, 0.75g, 1.5g, 2.25g and 3g per 300g weight of soil while single superphosphate was applied at 0.0023g, 0.0046g, 0.0069g and 0.0092g per 300g of soil. Sampling was done at two weeks interval. At 0 week of the incubation study, Ekiti series had the largest amount of P fractions i.e. Fe-P, Al-P, residual P, reductant soluble P, occluded P, organic P and occluded P while Ca-P was high in Apomu series. However, increases in Fe-P, Al-P, Ca-P and organic P were observed in the three soil series evaluated and poultry manure was notably effective in reducing P occlusion. In conclusion, it was observed that irrespective of the soil series at different stages of the incubation studies, poultry manure and the combined application of poultry manure and Single superphosphate was highly effective in increasing P fractions.
Poultry manure, single superphosphate, phosphorus fractions, derived savanna soils
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Yazar: Abigail O. Ojo (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: Institute of Agricultural Research and Training, Moor Plantation, Ibadan, Nigeria
Ülke: Nigeria


Yazar: Michael T. Adetunji
Kurum: Department of Soil Science and Land Management, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria
Ülke: Nigeria


Yazar: Christopher O. Adejuyigbe
Kurum: Department of Soil Science and Land Management, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria
Ülke: Nigeria


Yazar: Ibukun O. Fademi
Kurum: Institute of Agricultural Research and Training, Moor Plantation, Ibadan, Nigeria
Ülke: Nigeria


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APA Ojo, A , Adetunji, M , Adejuyigbe, C , Fademi, I . (2018). Response of three soils in the derived savanna zone of southwestern Nigeria to combined application of organic and inorganic fertilizer as affecting phosphorus fractions. EURASIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE, 7 (2), 187-194. DOI: 10.18393/ejss.393289
MLA Ojo, A , Adetunji, M , Adejuyigbe, C , Fademi, I . "Response of three soils in the derived savanna zone of southwestern Nigeria to combined application of organic and inorganic fertilizer as affecting phosphorus fractions". EURASIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE 7 (2018): 187-194 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/ejss/issue/31184/393289>
Chicago Ojo, A , Adetunji, M , Adejuyigbe, C , Fademi, I . "Response of three soils in the derived savanna zone of southwestern Nigeria to combined application of organic and inorganic fertilizer as affecting phosphorus fractions". EURASIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE 7 (2018): 187-194
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ISNAD Ojo, Abigail O. , Adetunji, Michael T. , Adejuyigbe, Christopher O. , Fademi, Ibukun O. . "Response of three soils in the derived savanna zone of southwestern Nigeria to combined application of organic and inorganic fertilizer as affecting phosphorus fractions". EURASIAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE 7 / 2 (Nisan 2018): 187-194. http://dx.doi.org/10.18393/ejss.393289