2 edition of Potassium and ammonium fixation in Indian soils found in the catalog.
Potassium and ammonium fixation in Indian soils
Grewal, J. S.
Bibliography: p. -75.
|Other titles||Ammonium fixation in Indian soils.|
|Statement||J.S. Grewal and J.S. Kanwar.|
|Contributions||Kanwar, Jaswant Singh, 1922- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||S592.6.P6 G73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 75 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||75|
|LC Control Number||77901374|
FORMS OF SOIL POTASSIUM-A REVIEW M. Lalitha and M. Dhakshinamoorthy1 National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use Planning, Bangalore- , India Received: Accepted: ABSTRACT The knowledge about different forms and availability of potassium is must while studying the response of crops to K. Soil tests commonly used to develop potassium (K) fertilizer recommendations, such as extraction by 1 M ammonium acetate (NH4OAc) at pH 7, measure both soluble and exchangeable K. In soils that fix K so that it is no longer exchangeable, although a portion of it may still be available to plants, additional tests are required to understand the dynamics of soil by: 9.
Potassium fixation experiments: Potassium was added to the soils as KCl at the rates of 10, 25, 50, , , mg/ g soil. A soil/solution ratio was used. The fixed K was determined from the amount of K added and the amount of K extracted by. developed Extension materials, books, web sites, and professionals in the field, we have provided a list of additional resources and contacts for those seeking more in-depth information about potassium. Objectives 1. Learn the various soil forms of potassium tand the soil processes that affect the availability of potassium to plants.
Books. Publishing Support. Login. Ningappa N and Vasuki N Potassium fixation in acid soils of Karnakat J Indian Soc Soil Sci 37 Laird D A and Barak P Release and fixation of ammonium and potassium under long-term fertility management Soil Science Society of America Journal 61 Crossref Google ScholarCited by: 2. nium fixation when previously added to ammonium, but as far as native fixed ammonium is concerned, the potassium present in the solution can penetrate into the lattice and cause a collapse of the same. The ammonium is retained in the clay, thus increasing the quantity of fixed ammonium in the soil (ADAMS and STEVENSON, ; FRENEY.
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Cation fixation in soils occurs when exchangeable or water soluble cations are converted to a form that cannot be readily extracted with a neutral solution of a salt. Potassium (K +) and ammonium (NH 4 +) ions have been primarily involved in such reactions.
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The NH4-fixing capacities of nine soils showed wide variations (from to 2 m e/ g in the A2horizon) and usually increased with depth from the A2 to the C horizon. Nitrification of added (NH4)2SO4 ranged from to % in soils of low- and high-fixing capacities, as compared with % in a non-fixing surface soil.
The N uptake of oats and maize from (NH4)2SO4 or urea was little Cited by: Abstract The mechanism of NH+4 and K+ fixation by clay minerals is similar, yet different analytical methods are used to estimate nonexchangeable (fixed) amounts of these nutrients in soils.
Sodium. Potassium and ammonium fixation in Indian soils; (a review) - Jun 4, By J.S. Grewal, J.S. Kanwar and New Delhi Indian Council of Agricultural Research. Topics: AMMONIA, POTASSIUM, SOIL FERTILITY, FERTILIZERS.
The two cations were fixed in nearly equivalent proportions, but ammonium was fixed preferentially to potassium when added together to the soil. The maximum fixation reached 20 to 30 per cent of the addition in top soil layer but 50 to 80 in subsoil.
in these soils and the relatively slow fixation of potassium. in acid soils were concerned with the same type of mineral. In on© of the early experiments of the investigation, addition of aaaaonium salt was found to be a factor which. greatly influenced the fixation of potassium by the calcar.Cited by: 1.
Axley JH, Legg JO () Ammonium fixation in soils and the influence of potassium on nitrogen availability from nitrate and ammonium sources. Soil Sci – CAS; Google ScholarCited by: Percentage of fixed ammonium in total N increased with the depth in most of the soils.
Fixation of NH4+ by soil was higher at 30°C than at 20°C and 40°C, and continuous submergence benefited. Some soils are able to bind ammonium (NH 4 +)and potassium (K+) in such a manner that these cannot be easily replaced by other cations. McBeth () was the first who observed that NH 4 + added to soils could not be completely recovered by alkaline distillation or by extrac-tion with 10% hydrochloric acid.
McBeth () definedCited by: Potassium fixation in the soil amounts to 70% of applied dose and practically does not depend on nitrogen balance in agrocenosis and ammonium content in the soil; joint application of potassic and ammonium fertilizers has a weak effect on nonexchangeable adsorption of potassium by soil.
potassium dissolved in soil water at any one time. Because of this, the potassium soil test is an index value related to the soils ability to resupply solution K+ from the CEC after crop uptake.
Soil tests for available potassium are intended to extract only K+ ions in soil solution and on exchange sites. Potassium is a nutrient that plants. Geoderma, 16 () Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands AMMONIUM FIXATION BY SOILS SATURATED WITH DIFFERENT CATIONS G.S.N.
RAJU* and ASIT K. MUKHOPADHYAY Department of Agricultural Chemistry and Soil Science, University of Kalyani, W.
Bengal (India) (Accepted for publication May 4, ) ABSTRACT Raju, Cited by: 2. Potassium (K) fixation and release in soil are important factors in the long-term sustainability of a cropping system. Changes in K concentration and characteristics of K fixation and release in rhizosphere and nonrhizosphere soils in the rapeseed (Brassica napusL.)–rice (Oryza sativaL.) rotation were investigated using a rhizobox system.
The simultaneous addition of equivalent amounts of ammonium and potassium or the application of ammonium before or after potassium made little difference in ammounium fixation by two soils.
responsible for ammonium fixation in soil. Vermiculite and degraded illite type clay minerals have been found to react with ammonium or potassium ions to form a clay-ammonium or clay-potassium complex under moist condi tions at room temperatures. Studies of ion-fixation by clay minerals have beer; considered important since the location of.
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The 1 Origin and Distribution of Nitrogen in Soil F. STEVENSON 4 Retention and Fixation of Ammonium and Ammonia in Soils HANS NOMMIK AND KAAREL V AHTRAS. Alias et al () and Bangroo et al () Potassium has been identified as one of the most limiting nutrients elements in crop production in these soils, due to it’s high fixation which is attributed to factors such as, amount of K added, contact time, the nature of the fixation products and soil Physical and Chemical properties Udo () and Ano () One of the most significant consequences of K.
Potassium fixation as a percentage of the added K for soils LM, DG, RC, S1 and S5. Download: Download high-res image (96KB) Download: Download full-size image; Fig. 3. Potassium fixation as a percentage of the added K for soils AZ, LG, VA and BL (Alentejo soils).Cited by: 3.
Fixation of the ammonium ion (NH 4 +) by clay minerals is an alternate way of building the nitrogen (N) pool in soil to optimize N crop recovery and minimize minerals (illite, montmorillonite, and vermiculite) and an illitic Portnoeuf soil were used to compare NH 4 + fixation abilities.
Total N determination and X‐ray diffraction analysis were performed on each of the minerals Cited by: Potassium fixation was measured for 13 Kenyan soils with a range of applied potassium (0 to mg kg −1).The fixed potassium was measured, and hence is defined in this study, by the difference between the amount of applied K and the increase in the extractable K after equilibration, using a single ‘equilibrium’ extraction procedure with 0.
25 M Cad, as the extractant.