Soil fertility and sustainable, resilient agriculture in the Republic of Moldova
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BOINCEAN, Boris; DENT, David. Soil fertility and sustainable, resilient agriculture in the Republic of Moldova. In: Eastern European Chernozems – 140 years after V. Dokuchaev, International Scientific Conference. 2-3 octombrie 2019, Chişinău. Chişinău: CEP USM, 2019, pp. 44-49. ISBN 978-9975-149-37-2.
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Eastern European Chernozems – 140 years after V. Dokuchaev, 2019
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Chişinău, Moldova, 2-3 octombrie 2019

Soil fertility and sustainable, resilient agriculture in the Republic of Moldova


CZU: 631.452(478)
Pag. 44-49

Boincean Boris1, Dent David2
 
1 Selectia Research Institute of Field Crops,
2 "Alecu Russo" State University of Balti
 
Disponibil în IBN: 29 octombrie 2019


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Typical Chernozem on the Bălţi Steppe has suffered substantial loss of soil organic matter from the whole soil profile under arable farming: black fallow, continuous cropping and various crop rotations. In the absence of optimal soil fertilization, uncompensated losses of soil organic carbon are driven by the uptake of nitrogen for crop yield formation predominantly from the mineralization of soil organic matter, as well as the acceleration of mineralization by ploughing. A sustainable and resilient farming system can be achieved only by restoration of soil fertility within diverse crop rotations.

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soil fertility, soil organic matter, sustainable and resilient agriculture, Crop rotation, continuous cropping