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The Long-Term Fertilization Trials in Halle (Saale)

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With the "eternal rye" experiment, laid out by Julius Kühn in 1878, the Institute of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences of the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg has the second oldest long-term fertilization trial of the world after Rothamstedt (UK). In addition, four more long-term fertilization experiments as well as one soil development trial exist in Halle, all founded by Karl Schmalfuß in 1948/49. Wolfgang Merbach and Annette Deubel summarize the most important results and draw conclusions for the continuation of these internationally important experiments.

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Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Merbach lehrte bis 2006 Pflanzenernährung und war von 2000 - 2003 Dekan an der Landwirtschaftlichen Fakultät der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg. Hauptarbeitsgebiete: Ökophysiologie der Rhizosphäre, symbiontische Stickstoffbindung, nachhaltige Landnutzung, N-Umsatz in Ökosystemen, klimarelevante Spurengase (Lachgas). Dr. Annette Deubel promovierte auf dem Gebiet der Pflanzenernährung und beschäftigte sich schwerpunktmäßig mit Fragen der P - Dynamik im Boden, P - mobilisierenden Mikroorganismen und organischen Wurzelausscheidungen von Pflanzen.

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Due to their buffer capacity, soils and ecological systems usually react gradually to different land use or climatic changes. Hence, effects are often quantifiable only after many decades. Long-term field experiments make it possible to recognize such long-term effects, which are caused e.g. by different fertilization treatments, for the respective location. This knowledge is essential for developing sustainable and ecologically desirable management concepts.

With the eternal rye experiment, laid out by Julius Kühn in 1878, the Institute of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences of the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg has the second oldest long-term fertilization trial of the world after Rothamstedt (UK). In addition, four more long-term fertilization experiments as well as one soil development trial exist in Halle, all founded by Karl Schmalfuß in 1948/49. Wolfgang Merbach and Annette Deubel summarize the most important results and draw conclusions for the continuation of these internationally important experiments.


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Site and surroundings: the Julius-Kühn-Field in Halle The long-term fertilization trials at the Julius-Kühn-Field in Halle The soil development trial founded in 1948 Final remarks and approaches for the continuation of the long-term experiments in Halle Publications about the long-term fertilization trials in Halle

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Titre: The Long-Term Fertilization Trials in Halle (Saale)
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Code EAN: 9783835040007
ISBN: 3835040006
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Economie d`entreprise
nombre de pages: 200
Poids: 296g
Taille: H210mm x B148mm x T12mm
Année: 2007
Auflage: 2nd ed. 2007

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