Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 7, Issue 1, Jan 2018, Pages 87 - 92
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.337222
Stable URL: http://ejss.fess.org/10.18393/ejss.337222
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Does hazelnut husk compost (HHC) effect on soil water holding capacity (WHC)? An environmental approach

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Aşkın,T., Aygün,S., 2018. Does hazelnut husk compost (HHC) effect on soil water holding capacity (WHC)? An environmental approach. Eurasian J Soil Sci 7(1):87 - 92. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.337222
Aşkın,T.,,& Aygün,S. Does hazelnut husk compost (HHC) effect on soil water holding capacity (WHC)? An environmental approach Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 7(1):87 - 92. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.337222
Aşkın,T.,, and ,Aygün,S."Does hazelnut husk compost (HHC) effect on soil water holding capacity (WHC)? An environmental approach" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 7.1 (2018):87 - 92. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.337222
Aşkın,T.,, and ,Aygün,S. "Does hazelnut husk compost (HHC) effect on soil water holding capacity (WHC)? An environmental approach" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,7(Jan 2018):87 - 92 DOI : 10.18393/ejss.337222
T,Aşkın.S,Aygün "Does hazelnut husk compost (HHC) effect on soil water holding capacity (WHC)? An environmental approach" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol.7, no.1, pp.87 - 92 (Jan 2018), DOI : 10.18393/ejss.337222
Aşkın,Tayfun ;Aygün,Selahattin Does hazelnut husk compost (HHC) effect on soil water holding capacity (WHC)? An environmental approach. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, (2018),7.1:87 - 92. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.337222

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Aşkın, T., Aygün, S., 2018. Does hazelnut husk compost (HHC) effect on soil water holding capacity (WHC)? An environmental approach. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 7(1): 87 - 92. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.337222

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Tayfun Aşkın , Ordu University Agricultural Faculty Department of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Ordu, Turkey
Selahattin Aygün , Ordu University Agricultural Faculty Department of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Ordu, Turkey

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Article first published online : 08 Sep 2017
Manuscript Accepted : 05 Sep 2017
Manuscript Received: 03 Jun 2017
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.337222
Stable URL: http://ejss.fesss.org/10.18393/ejss.337222

Abstract

In this study, we applied hazelnut husk waste that was composted by using microbial biotechnological techniques into soil in the field conditions. The hazelnut husk compost (HHC) was applied in two hazelnut orchards having different textures such as sandy loam (SL) and clay loam (CL) soils and used different application rates (0, 1.25, 2.5, 5.0, 7.5 and 10 t da-1). Soil sampling was done four times in a year (spring, summer, fall and winter). We investigated the effects of HHC on soil water holding capacity related to available water content of soil at both field capacity (FC) and permanent wilting point (PWP) with weight basis. Soil moisture coefficients were determined by using pressure plate and indicated as percentage weights at FC (-33 kPa) and PWP (-1500 kPa). Our results showed that HHC doses, sampling periods and soil textures effected soil water holding capacity at both FC and PWP. In addition, FC and PWP were found the highest at 10 t da-1 application dose. Findings of this study, the huge importance of HHC that related to protect soil water without harmful to the environment emphasized.

Keywords

Field capacity, permanent wilting point, hazelnut husk, environment, soil.

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References

Angın İ., Yağanoğlu A. V., 2009. Arıtma çamurlarının fiziksel ve kimyasal toprak düzenleyicisi olarak kullanımı. Ekoloji 19 (73): 39-47. [in Turkish]

Bronick,, C.J., Lal, R., 2005. Soil structure and management: A review. Geoderma 124(1-2): 3-22.

Evrendilek, F., Celik, I., Kilic, S., 2004. Changes in soil organic carbon and other physical soil properties along adjacent Mediterranean forest, grassland, and cropland ecosystems in Turkey. Journal of Arid Environments 59(4): 743–752.

Gupta, S.C., Dowdy, R.H., Larson, W.E., 1977. Hydraulic and thermal properties of a sandy soil as influenced by incorporation of sewage-sludge. Soil Science Society of America Journal 41(3): 601-605.

Gülser, C., Candemir, F., Kanel, Y., Demirkaya, S., 2015. Effect of manure on organic carbon content and fractal dimensions of aggregates. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 4(1): 1-5.

Hati, M.K., Swarup, A., Dwivedi, A.K., Misra, A.K., Bandyopadhyay, K.K., 2007. Changes in soil physical properties and organic carbon status at the topsoil horizon of a vertisol of central India after 28 years of continuous cropping, fertilization and manuring. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 119(1-2): 127–134.

Haynes, R.J., Naidu, R., 1998. Influence of lime, fertilizer and manure applications on soil organic matter content and soil physical conditions: a review. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 51(2): 123–137.

Jiang, J., Liu, X., Huang, Y., Huang, H., 2015. Inoculation with nitrogen turnover bacterial agent appropriately increasing nitrogen and promoting maturity in pig manure composting. Waste Management 39:78-85.

Khaleel, R., Reddy, K.R., Overcash, M.R., 1981. Changes in soil physical properties due to organic waste applications: a review. Journal of Environmental Quality 10(2): 133-141.

Kızılkaya, R., Sahin, N., Askin, T., Sushkova, S., 2015a. Isolation, characterization and genetic identification of natural fungal strains from decomposing hazelnut husk. 50th Croatian & 10th International Symposium on Agriculture. February 16-20, 2015. Opatija, Crotia.

Kızılkaya, R., Sahin, N., Tatar, D., Veyisoglu, A., Askin, T., Sushkova, S.N., Minkina, T., 2015b. Isolation and identification of bacterial strains from decomposing hazelnut husk. Compost Science & Utilization 23(3): 173-184

Klute, A., Jacop, W.C., 1950. Physical properties of Sassafras silt loam as affected by long-time organic matter additions. Soil Science Society of America Journal 14:24-28.

Matsi, T., Lithourgidis, A.S., Gagianas, A.A., 2003. Effects of injected liquid cattle manure on growth and yield of winter wheat and soil characteristics. Agronomy Journal 95(3): 592-596.

Rynk, R., 1992. On-Farm Composting Handbook. Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service, NRAES-54, Ithaca, New York, USA.

Sohail-Ur-Raza, M., Ahmed, Z.I., Malik, M.A., Ijaz, S.S., 2015. Effective soil additives for improved soil water retention. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences 52(1): 463-468.

Unger, P.W., Stewart, B.A., 1974. Feedlot waste effects on soil conditions and water evaporation. Soil Science Society of America Journal 38(6): 954-957.

Wang, X., Ciu, H., Shi, J., Zhao, Y., Wei, Z., 2015. Relationship between bacterial diversity and environmental parameters during composting of different raw materials. Bioresource Technology 198: 395-402.

Abstract

In this study, we applied hazelnut husk waste that was composted by using microbial biotechnological techniques into soil in the field conditions. The hazelnut husk compost (HHC) was applied in two hazelnut orchards having different textures such as sandy loam (SL) and clay loam (CL) soils and used different application rates (0, 1.25, 2.5, 5.0, 7.5 and 10 t da-1).  Soil sampling was done four times in a year (spring, summer, fall and winter). We investigated the effects of HHC on soil water holding capacity related to available water content of soil at both field capacity (FC) and permanent wilting point (PWP) with weight basis. Soil moisture coefficients were determined by using pressure plate and indicated as percentage weights at FC (-33 kPa) and PWP (-1500 kPa). Our results showed that HHC doses, sampling periods and soil textures effected soil water holding capacity at both FC and PWP. In addition, FC and PWP were found the highest at 10 t da-1 application dose. Findings of this study, the huge importance of HHC that related to protect soil water without harmful to the environment emphasized.

Keywords: Field capacity, permanent wilting point, hazelnut husk, environment, soil

References

Angın İ., Yağanoğlu A. V., 2009. Arıtma çamurlarının fiziksel ve kimyasal toprak düzenleyicisi olarak kullanımı. Ekoloji 19 (73): 39-47. [in Turkish]

Bronick,, C.J., Lal, R., 2005. Soil structure and management: A review. Geoderma 124(1-2): 3-22.

Evrendilek, F., Celik, I., Kilic, S., 2004. Changes in soil organic carbon and other physical soil properties along adjacent Mediterranean forest, grassland, and cropland ecosystems in Turkey. Journal of Arid Environments 59(4): 743–752.

Gupta, S.C., Dowdy, R.H., Larson, W.E., 1977. Hydraulic and thermal properties of a sandy soil as influenced by incorporation of sewage-sludge. Soil Science Society of America Journal 41(3): 601-605.

Gülser, C., Candemir, F., Kanel, Y., Demirkaya, S., 2015. Effect of manure on organic carbon content and fractal dimensions of aggregates. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 4(1): 1-5.

Hati, M.K., Swarup, A., Dwivedi, A.K., Misra, A.K., Bandyopadhyay, K.K., 2007. Changes in soil physical properties and organic carbon status at the topsoil horizon of a vertisol of central India after 28 years of continuous cropping, fertilization and manuring. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 119(1-2): 127–134.

Haynes, R.J., Naidu, R., 1998. Influence of lime, fertilizer and manure applications on soil organic matter content and soil physical conditions: a review. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 51(2): 123–137.

Jiang, J., Liu, X., Huang, Y., Huang, H., 2015. Inoculation with nitrogen turnover bacterial agent appropriately increasing nitrogen and promoting maturity in pig manure composting. Waste Management 39:78-85.

Khaleel, R., Reddy, K.R., Overcash, M.R., 1981. Changes in soil physical properties due to organic waste applications: a review. Journal of Environmental Quality 10(2): 133-141.

Kızılkaya, R., Sahin, N., Askin, T., Sushkova, S., 2015a. Isolation, characterization and genetic identification of natural fungal strains from decomposing hazelnut husk. 50th Croatian & 10th International Symposium on Agriculture. February 16-20, 2015. Opatija, Crotia.

Kızılkaya, R., Sahin, N., Tatar, D., Veyisoglu, A., Askin, T., Sushkova, S.N., Minkina, T., 2015b. Isolation and identification of bacterial strains from decomposing hazelnut husk. Compost Science & Utilization 23(3): 173-184

Klute, A., Jacop, W.C., 1950. Physical properties of Sassafras silt loam as affected by long-time organic matter additions. Soil Science Society of America Journal 14:24-28.

Matsi, T., Lithourgidis, A.S., Gagianas, A.A., 2003. Effects of injected liquid cattle manure on growth and yield of winter wheat and soil characteristics. Agronomy Journal 95(3): 592-596.

Rynk, R., 1992. On-Farm Composting Handbook. Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service, NRAES-54, Ithaca, New York, USA.

Sohail-Ur-Raza, M., Ahmed, Z.I., Malik, M.A., Ijaz, S.S., 2015. Effective soil additives for improved soil water retention. Pakistan Journal of Agricultural Sciences 52(1): 463-468.

Unger, P.W., Stewart, B.A., 1974. Feedlot waste effects on soil conditions and water evaporation. Soil Science Society of America Journal 38(6): 954-957.

Wang, X., Ciu, H., Shi, J., Zhao, Y., Wei, Z., 2015. Relationship between bacterial diversity and environmental parameters during composting of different raw materials. Bioresource Technology 198: 395-402.



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