Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

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DOI: 10.18393/ejss.1260843
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Budanov,N., Aitbayev,Т., Buribayeva,L., Zhylkibayev,A., Yertayeva,Z., 2023. Impact of different organic fertilizers on soil available nutrient contents, potato yield, tuber nitrate contents . Eurasian J Soil Sci 12(3):215-221. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.1260843
Budanov,N.,Aitbayev,Т.Buribayeva,L.Zhylkibayev,A.,& Yertayeva,Z. Impact of different organic fertilizers on soil available nutrient contents, potato yield, tuber nitrate contents Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 12(3):215-221. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.1260843
Budanov,N.,Aitbayev,Т.Buribayeva,L.Zhylkibayev,A., and ,Yertayeva,Z."Impact of different organic fertilizers on soil available nutrient contents, potato yield, tuber nitrate contents " Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 12.3 (2023):215-221. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.1260843
Budanov,N.,Aitbayev,Т.Buribayeva,L.Zhylkibayev,A., and ,Yertayeva,Z. "Impact of different organic fertilizers on soil available nutrient contents, potato yield, tuber nitrate contents " Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,12(Jun 2023):215-221 DOI : 10.18393/ejss.1260843
N,Budanov.Т,Aitbayev.L,Buribayeva.A,Zhylkibayev.Z,Yertayeva "Impact of different organic fertilizers on soil available nutrient contents, potato yield, tuber nitrate contents " Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol.12, no.3, pp.215-221 (Jun 2023), DOI : 10.18393/ejss.1260843
Budanov,Nurbol ;Aitbayev,Тemirzhan ;Buribayeva,Laura ;Zhylkibayev,Asset ;Yertayeva,Zhainagul Impact of different organic fertilizers on soil available nutrient contents, potato yield, tuber nitrate contents . Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, (2023),12.3:215-221. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.1260843

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Budanov, N., Aitbayev, Т., Buribayeva, L., Zhylkibayev, A., Yertayeva, Z., 2023. Impact of different organic fertilizers on soil available nutrient contents, potato yield, tuber nitrate contents . Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 12(3): 215-221. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.1260843

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Nurbol Budanov , Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Тemirzhan Aitbayev , Kazakh Research Institute of Fruit and Vegetable Growing, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Laura Buribayeva , Kazakh Research Institute of Fruit and Vegetable Growing, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Asset Zhylkibayev , M. Auezov South Kazakhstan State University, Shymkent, Kazakhstan
Zhainagul Yertayeva , Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, Almaty, Kazakhstan

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Article first published online : 06 Mar 2023
Manuscript Accepted : 25 Feb 2023
Manuscript Received: 28 Nov 2022
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.1260843
Stable URL: http://ejss.fesss.org/10.18393/ejss.1260843

Abstract

In this study, field experiment was conducted to assess the effect of different organic fertilizer and mineral fertilizer on mineral and different organic fertilizer treatments effect on available N, P, K contents, the yield of potato (Solanum tubevosum L.), cultivar Astana, nitrate contents of tuber under dark chestnut soil conditions in southeast of Kazakhstan during the spring and summer of 2022. The experiment was carried out in the field and laid out as complete randomized block design with four replicates. Thirteen treatments that are, control without fertilizer treatment, mineral fertilizer with recommended dose (N150P90K120) and eleven different organic fertilizers treatment were used. The results showed that available nutrient (N, P and K) contents of the post-harvest soil were affected by mineral and different organic fertilizers compared to the control. And, the available N, P and K contents in the soils taken from the biohumus (10 t ha-1) and cattle manure (40 t ha-1) treated plots were found to be higher than all of the other treatments and control. Similarly, plots treated recommended mineral fertilizer and different organic fertilizers had a significantly higher yield of potato tuber compared with control. When all applications were compared with each other, it was determined that the treatments that increased the potato yield the highest was the treatment of Biohumus (10 t ha-1) + BioZZ (5 L ha-1, 3 times). The highest nitrate content of tubers was obtained in mineral fertilizer with recommended dose (N150P90K120). Hence, these results suggest that organic production of potato (Biohumus, 10 t ha-1 + BioZZ 5 L ha-1, 3 times) could be an alternative to conventional production in Kazakhstan without reduction in yield, and with low nitrate content of tuber and high available nutrient contents in soil.

Keywords

Potato, organic fertilizer, biohumus, soil, nutrient, tuber nitrate.

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References

Alimkhanov, Y., Yeleshev, R., Yertayeva, B., Aitbayeva, A., 2021. Responses of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) varieties to NPK fertilization on tuber yield in the Southeast of Kazakhstan. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 10(4): 285-289.

Baker, W.H., Thompson, T.L., 1992. Determination of nitrate nitrogen in plant samples by selective ion electrode. In: Plant Analysis Reference Procedures for the Southern Region of the United States. Plank, O.C. (Ed.). Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin No. 368. pp.23–26.

Baudry, J., Peneau, S., Alles, B., Touvier, M., Hercberg, S., Galan, P., Amiot, M.J., Lairon, D., Mejean, C., Kesse-Guyot, E., 2017. Food choice motives when purchasing in organic and conventional consumer clusters: Focus on sustainable concerns (The NutriNet-Sante Cohort Study). Nutrients 9(2): 88.

Bayadilova, G., Zhylkibayev, A., Yelibayeva, G., Yessenbayeva, J., Kazkeyev, D., Karasseva, V., 2022. Effect of different organic wastes on biological properties of maize (Zea Mays Indendata) rhizosphere. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 11(2): 141-150.

Blecharczyk, A., Kowalczewski, P. Ł.,  Sawinska, Z.,  Rybacki, P., Radzikowska-Kujawska, D., 2023. Impact of crop sequence and fertilization on potato yield in a long-term study. Plants 12(3): 495.

Butler, T.J., Muir, J.P., 2006. Dairy manure compost improves soil and increases tall wheatgrass yield. Agronomy Journal 98(4): 1090–1096.

Courtney, R.  Mullen, G., 2008. Soil quality and barley growth as influenced by the land application of two compost types. Bioresource Technology 99(8): 2913-2918.

Diacono, M., Montemurro, F., 2010. Long-term effects of organic amendments on soil fertility. A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 30(2): 401-422.

Djaman, K., Sanogo, S., Koudahe, K., Allen, S., Saibou, A., Essah, S., 2021. Characteristics of organically grown compared to conventionally grown potato and the processed products: A review. Sustainability 13(11): 6289.

El-Sayed, S.F., Hassan, H.A., El-Mogy, M.M., 2015. Impact of bio- and organic fertilizers on potato yield, quality and tuber weight loss after harvest. Potato Research 58:67–81.

Erhart E, HartlW, Putz B (2005) Biowaste compost affects yield, nitrogen supply during the vegetation period and crop quality of agricultural crops. European Journal of Agronomy 23(3): 305–314.

Esan, V.I., Omilani, O.O., Okedigba, I., 2021. Effects of organic and inorganic fertilizers on sweet potato production in Iwo, Nigeria. African Journal of Plant Science 15(5): 131-137

Gülser, C., Kızılkaya, R., Aşkın, T., Ekberli, İ., 2015. Changes in soil quality by compost and hazelnut husk applications in a Hazelnut Orchard. Compost Science & Utilization 23(3): 135-141.

Hajšlová, J., Schulzová, V., Slanina, P., Janné, K., Hellenäs, K.E., Andersson, C., 2005. Quality of organically and conventionally grown potatoes: four-year study of micronutrients, metals, secondary metabolites, enzymatic browning and organoleptic properties. Food Additives & Contaminants 22(6): 514–534.

Hamouz, K., Lachman, J., Dvořák, P., Pivec, V., 2005. The effect of ecological growing on the potatoes yield and quality. Plant, Soil and Environment 51(9): 397–402.

Holden, P., 2001. Organic farming, food quality and human health: a review of the evidence. Soil Association-Organic Standard. 88p. Available at [Access date: 28.11.2022]:  https://www.soilassociation.org/media/4920/policy_report_2001_organic_farming_food_quality_human_health.pdf

Horton, D.E., 1988. Underground crops: Long-term trends in production of roots and tubers. Winrock International. Morrilton. 22 p.

Jones, J.B., 2001. Laboratory guide for conducting soil tests and plant analyses. CRC Press, New York, USA. 363p.

Kazimierczak, R., Średnicka-Tober, D.,  Hallmann, E., Kopczyńska, K., Zarzyńska, K., 2019. The impact of organic vs. conventional agricultural practices on selected quality features of eight potato cultivars. Agronomy 9(12): 799.

Kızılkaya, R., Hepşen, Ş., 2007. Microbiological properties in earthworm Lumbricus terrestris L. cast and surrounding soil amended with various organic wastes. Communication in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 38(19-20): 2861-2876.

Kızılkaya, R., Turkay, F.S.H., Turkmen, C., Durmus, M., 2012. Vermicompost effects on wheat yield and nutrient contents in soil and plant.  Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science 58(S1): S175-S179.

Lairon, D., 2009. Nutritional quality and safety of organic food a review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 30(1): 33–41.

Li, X., Li, D., Lu, Q., Wang, D., Ren, X., Lv, L., Ahmed, T., Yan, J., Li, B., 2022. Effects of different organic fertilizers on sweet potato growth and rhizosphere soil properties in newly reclaimed land. Agronomy 12(7): 1649.

Liu, Z.X., Chen, X.M., Jing, Y., Li, Q.X., Zhang, J.B., Huang, Q.R., 2014. Effects of biochar amendment on rapeseed and sweet potato yields and water stable aggregate in upland red soil. Catena 123: 45–51.

Loebenstein, G., Manadilova, A., 2003. Potatoes in the Central Asian Republics. In: Virus and virus-like diseases of major crops in developing countries. Loebenstein, G., Thottappilly, G. (Eds.). Springer. pp.195-222.

Maggio, A., Carillo, P., Bulmetti, G.S., Fuggi, A., Barbieri, G., De Pascale, S., 2008. Potato yield and metabolic profiling under conventional and organic farming. European Journal of Agronomy 28(3): 343–350.

Michaelidou, N., Hassan, L.M., 2008. The role of health consciousness, food safety concern and ethical identity on attitudes and intentions towards organic food. International Journal of Consumer Studies 32(2): 163–170.

Rembialkowska, E., 2007. Quality of plant products from organic agriculture. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 87(15): 2757–2762.

Rowell, D.L., 1996. Soil Science: methods and applications. Longman, UK. 350p.

Singh, S.P., Kushwah, V.S., 2006. Effect of integrated use of organic and inorganic sources of nutrients on potato (Solatium tuberosum) production. Indian Journal of Agronomy 51 (3): 1-2.

Sultana, M., Jahiruddin, M., Islam, M., Rahman, M., Abedin, M., 2021. Effects of nutrient enriched municipal solid waste compost on soil fertility, crop yield and nutrient content in brinjal. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 10(3): 191-198.

Sürücü, A. Özyazıcı, M.A., Bayraklı, B., Kızılkaya, R., 2014. Effects of green manuring on soil enzyme activity. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 23(9), 2126-2132.

Tamme, T., Reinik, M., Roasto, M., Juhkam, K., Tenno, T., Kiis, A., 2006. Nitrates and nitrites in vegetables and vegetable-based products and their intakes by the Estonian population. Food Additives & Contaminants 23(4): 355–361.

Thomas, C.L., Acquah, G.E., Whitmore, A.P., McGrath, S.P., Haefele, S.M., 2019.The effect of different organic fertilizers on yield and soil and crop nutrient concentrations. Agronomy 9(12): 776.

Waqas,  M.S., Cheema,  M.J.M., Hussain,  S., Ullah,  M.K.,  Iqbal, M.M., 2021. Delayed irrigation: An approach to enhance crop water productivity and to investigate its effects on potato yield and growth parameters. Agricultural Water Management 245: 106576.

Whalen, J.K., Chang, C., 2002. Macroaggregate characteristics in cultivated soils after 25 annual manure applications. Soil Science Society of America Journal 66(6): 1637–1647.

Wierzbowska, J., Rychcik, B., Światły, A., 2018.The effect of different production systems on the content of micronutrients and trace elements in potato tubers. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B — Soil & Plant Science 68(8): 701–708.

Wszelaki, A.L, Delwiche, J.F., Walker, S.D., Liggett, R.E., Joseph, C., Scheerens, J.C., Kleinhenz, M.D., 2005. Sensory quality and mineral and glycoalkaloid concentrations in organically and conventionally grown redskin potatoes (Solanum tuberosum). Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 85: 720–726.

Zhao, W.R., Li, J.Y., Jiang, J., Lu, H.L., Hong, Z.N., Qian, W., Xu, R.K., Deng, K.Y., Guan, P., 2020. The mechanisms underlying the reduction in aluminum toxicity and improvements in the yield of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas L.) After organic and inorganic amendment of an acidic ultisol. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 288: 106716.

Abstract

In this study, field experiment was conducted to assess the effect of different organic fertilizer and mineral fertilizer on mineral and different organic fertilizer treatments effect on available N, P, K contents, the yield of potato (Solanum tubevosum L.), cultivar Astana, nitrate contents of tuber under dark chestnut soil conditions in southeast of Kazakhstan during the spring and summer of 2022. The experiment was carried out in the field and laid out as complete randomized block design with four replicates. Thirteen treatments that are, control without fertilizer treatment, mineral fertilizer with recommended dose (N150P90K120) and eleven different organic fertilizers treatment were used. The results showed that available nutrient (N, P and K) contents of the post-harvest soil were affected by mineral and different organic fertilizers compared to the control. And, the available N, P and K contents in the soils taken from the biohumus (10 t ha-1) and cattle manure (40 t ha-1) treated plots were found to be higher than all of the other treatments and control. Similarly, plots treated recommended mineral fertilizer and different organic fertilizers had a significantly higher yield of potato tuber compared with control. When all applications were compared with each other, it was determined that the treatments that increased the potato yield the highest was the treatment of Biohumus (10 t ha-1) + BioZZ (5 L ha-1, 3 times). The highest nitrate content of tubers was obtained in mineral fertilizer with recommended dose (N150P90K120). Hence, these results suggest that organic production of potato (Biohumus, 10 t ha-1 + BioZZ 5 L ha-1, 3 times) could be an alternative to conventional production in Kazakhstan without reduction in yield, and with low nitrate content of tuber and high available nutrient contents in soil.

Keywords: Potato, organic fertilizer, biohumus, soil, nutrient, tuber nitrate.

References

Alimkhanov, Y., Yeleshev, R., Yertayeva, B., Aitbayeva, A., 2021. Responses of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) varieties to NPK fertilization on tuber yield in the Southeast of Kazakhstan. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 10(4): 285-289.

Baker, W.H., Thompson, T.L., 1992. Determination of nitrate nitrogen in plant samples by selective ion electrode. In: Plant Analysis Reference Procedures for the Southern Region of the United States. Plank, O.C. (Ed.). Southern Cooperative Series Bulletin No. 368. pp.23–26.

Baudry, J., Peneau, S., Alles, B., Touvier, M., Hercberg, S., Galan, P., Amiot, M.J., Lairon, D., Mejean, C., Kesse-Guyot, E., 2017. Food choice motives when purchasing in organic and conventional consumer clusters: Focus on sustainable concerns (The NutriNet-Sante Cohort Study). Nutrients 9(2): 88.

Bayadilova, G., Zhylkibayev, A., Yelibayeva, G., Yessenbayeva, J., Kazkeyev, D., Karasseva, V., 2022. Effect of different organic wastes on biological properties of maize (Zea Mays Indendata) rhizosphere. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 11(2): 141-150.

Blecharczyk, A., Kowalczewski, P. Ł.,  Sawinska, Z.,  Rybacki, P., Radzikowska-Kujawska, D., 2023. Impact of crop sequence and fertilization on potato yield in a long-term study. Plants 12(3): 495.

Butler, T.J., Muir, J.P., 2006. Dairy manure compost improves soil and increases tall wheatgrass yield. Agronomy Journal 98(4): 1090–1096.

Courtney, R.  Mullen, G., 2008. Soil quality and barley growth as influenced by the land application of two compost types. Bioresource Technology 99(8): 2913-2918.

Diacono, M., Montemurro, F., 2010. Long-term effects of organic amendments on soil fertility. A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 30(2): 401-422.

Djaman, K., Sanogo, S., Koudahe, K., Allen, S., Saibou, A., Essah, S., 2021. Characteristics of organically grown compared to conventionally grown potato and the processed products: A review. Sustainability 13(11): 6289.

El-Sayed, S.F., Hassan, H.A., El-Mogy, M.M., 2015. Impact of bio- and organic fertilizers on potato yield, quality and tuber weight loss after harvest. Potato Research 58:67–81.

Erhart E, HartlW, Putz B (2005) Biowaste compost affects yield, nitrogen supply during the vegetation period and crop quality of agricultural crops. European Journal of Agronomy 23(3): 305–314.

Esan, V.I., Omilani, O.O., Okedigba, I., 2021. Effects of organic and inorganic fertilizers on sweet potato production in Iwo, Nigeria. African Journal of Plant Science 15(5): 131-137

Gülser, C., Kızılkaya, R., Aşkın, T., Ekberli, İ., 2015. Changes in soil quality by compost and hazelnut husk applications in a Hazelnut Orchard. Compost Science & Utilization 23(3): 135-141.

Hajšlová, J., Schulzová, V., Slanina, P., Janné, K., Hellenäs, K.E., Andersson, C., 2005. Quality of organically and conventionally grown potatoes: four-year study of micronutrients, metals, secondary metabolites, enzymatic browning and organoleptic properties. Food Additives & Contaminants 22(6): 514–534.

Hamouz, K., Lachman, J., Dvořák, P., Pivec, V., 2005. The effect of ecological growing on the potatoes yield and quality. Plant, Soil and Environment 51(9): 397–402.

Holden, P., 2001. Organic farming, food quality and human health: a review of the evidence. Soil Association-Organic Standard. 88p. Available at [Access date: 28.11.2022]:  https://www.soilassociation.org/media/4920/policy_report_2001_organic_farming_food_quality_human_health.pdf

Horton, D.E., 1988. Underground crops: Long-term trends in production of roots and tubers. Winrock International. Morrilton. 22 p.

Jones, J.B., 2001. Laboratory guide for conducting soil tests and plant analyses. CRC Press, New York, USA. 363p.

Kazimierczak, R., Średnicka-Tober, D.,  Hallmann, E., Kopczyńska, K., Zarzyńska, K., 2019. The impact of organic vs. conventional agricultural practices on selected quality features of eight potato cultivars. Agronomy 9(12): 799.

Kızılkaya, R., Hepşen, Ş., 2007. Microbiological properties in earthworm Lumbricus terrestris L. cast and surrounding soil amended with various organic wastes. Communication in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 38(19-20): 2861-2876.

Kızılkaya, R., Turkay, F.S.H., Turkmen, C., Durmus, M., 2012. Vermicompost effects on wheat yield and nutrient contents in soil and plant.  Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science 58(S1): S175-S179.

Lairon, D., 2009. Nutritional quality and safety of organic food a review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 30(1): 33–41.

Li, X., Li, D., Lu, Q., Wang, D., Ren, X., Lv, L., Ahmed, T., Yan, J., Li, B., 2022. Effects of different organic fertilizers on sweet potato growth and rhizosphere soil properties in newly reclaimed land. Agronomy 12(7): 1649.

Liu, Z.X., Chen, X.M., Jing, Y., Li, Q.X., Zhang, J.B., Huang, Q.R., 2014. Effects of biochar amendment on rapeseed and sweet potato yields and water stable aggregate in upland red soil. Catena 123: 45–51.

Loebenstein, G., Manadilova, A., 2003. Potatoes in the Central Asian Republics. In: Virus and virus-like diseases of major crops in developing countries. Loebenstein, G., Thottappilly, G. (Eds.). Springer. pp.195-222.

Maggio, A., Carillo, P., Bulmetti, G.S., Fuggi, A., Barbieri, G., De Pascale, S., 2008. Potato yield and metabolic profiling under conventional and organic farming. European Journal of Agronomy 28(3): 343–350.

Michaelidou, N., Hassan, L.M., 2008. The role of health consciousness, food safety concern and ethical identity on attitudes and intentions towards organic food. International Journal of Consumer Studies 32(2): 163–170.

Rembialkowska, E., 2007. Quality of plant products from organic agriculture. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 87(15): 2757–2762.

Rowell, D.L., 1996. Soil Science: methods and applications. Longman, UK. 350p.

Singh, S.P., Kushwah, V.S., 2006. Effect of integrated use of organic and inorganic sources of nutrients on potato (Solatium tuberosum) production. Indian Journal of Agronomy 51 (3): 1-2.

Sultana, M., Jahiruddin, M., Islam, M., Rahman, M., Abedin, M., 2021. Effects of nutrient enriched municipal solid waste compost on soil fertility, crop yield and nutrient content in brinjal. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 10(3): 191-198.

Sürücü, A. Özyazıcı, M.A., Bayraklı, B., Kızılkaya, R., 2014. Effects of green manuring on soil enzyme activity. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin 23(9), 2126-2132.

Tamme, T., Reinik, M., Roasto, M., Juhkam, K., Tenno, T., Kiis, A., 2006. Nitrates and nitrites in vegetables and vegetable-based products and their intakes by the Estonian population. Food Additives & Contaminants 23(4): 355–361.

Thomas, C.L., Acquah, G.E., Whitmore, A.P., McGrath, S.P., Haefele, S.M., 2019.The effect of different organic fertilizers on yield and soil and crop nutrient concentrations. Agronomy 9(12): 776.

Waqas,  M.S., Cheema,  M.J.M., Hussain,  S., Ullah,  M.K.,  Iqbal, M.M., 2021. Delayed irrigation: An approach to enhance crop water productivity and to investigate its effects on potato yield and growth parameters. Agricultural Water Management 245: 106576.

Whalen, J.K., Chang, C., 2002. Macroaggregate characteristics in cultivated soils after 25 annual manure applications. Soil Science Society of America Journal 66(6): 1637–1647.

Wierzbowska, J., Rychcik, B., Światły, A., 2018.The effect of different production systems on the content of micronutrients and trace elements in potato tubers. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B — Soil & Plant Science 68(8): 701–708.

Wszelaki, A.L, Delwiche, J.F., Walker, S.D., Liggett, R.E., Joseph, C., Scheerens, J.C., Kleinhenz, M.D., 2005. Sensory quality and mineral and glycoalkaloid concentrations in organically and conventionally grown redskin potatoes (Solanum tuberosum). Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 85: 720–726.

Zhao, W.R., Li, J.Y., Jiang, J., Lu, H.L., Hong, Z.N., Qian, W., Xu, R.K., Deng, K.Y., Guan, P., 2020. The mechanisms underlying the reduction in aluminum toxicity and improvements in the yield of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas L.) After organic and inorganic amendment of an acidic ultisol. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 288: 106716.



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