Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 4, Issue 4, Oct 2015, Pages 266 - 271
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.2015.4.266-271
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Effects of organic and inorganic amendments on soil erodibility

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Özdemir,N., Öztürk,E., Kop-Durmuş,Ö., Ekberli,İ., 2015. Effects of organic and inorganic amendments on soil erodibility. Eurasian J Soil Sci 4(4):266 - 271. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.4.266-271
Özdemir,N.,Öztürk,E.Kop-Durmuş,Ö.,& Ekberli,İ. Effects of organic and inorganic amendments on soil erodibility Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.4.266-271
Özdemir,N.,Öztürk,E.Kop-Durmuş,Ö., and ,Ekberli,İ."Effects of organic and inorganic amendments on soil erodibility" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.4.266-271
Özdemir,N.,Öztürk,E.Kop-Durmuş,Ö., and ,Ekberli,İ. "Effects of organic and inorganic amendments on soil erodibility" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.4.266-271
N,Özdemir.E,Öztürk.ÖT,Kop-Durmuş.İ,Ekberli "Effects of organic and inorganic amendments on soil erodibility" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol., no., pp., DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.4.266-271
Özdemir,Nutullah ;Öztürk,Elif ;Kop-Durmuş,Ö. ;Ekberli,İmanverdi Effects of organic and inorganic amendments on soil erodibility. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.4.266-271

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Özdemir, N., Öztürk, E., Kop-Durmuş, Ö., T. Ekberli, İ., T.2015. Effects of organic and inorganic amendments on soil erodibility. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 4(4): 266 - 271. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.4.266-271

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Nutullah Özdemir , Ondokuz Mayıs University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Samsun, Turkey
Elif Öztürk , Black Sea Agricultural Research Institute, Samsun, Turkey
Ö. Kop-Durmuş , Ondokuz Mayıs University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Samsun, Turkey
İmanverdi Ekberli , Ondokuz Mayıs University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, Samsun, Turkey

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Issue published online: 01 Oct 2015
Article first published online : 30 Apr 2015
Manuscript Accepted : 27 Apr 2015
Manuscript Received: 11 Oct 2014
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.2015.4.266-271
Stable URL: http://ejss.fesss.org/10.18393/ejss.2015.4.266-271

Abstract

The objective of the present investigation is to find out the effect of incorporating of various organic and inorganic matter sources such as lime (L), zeolit (Z), polyacrylamide (PAM) and biosolid (BS) on the instability index. A bulk surface (0–20 cm depth) soil sample was taken from Samsun, in northern part of Turkey. Some soil properties were determined as follows; fine in texture, modarete in organic matter content, low in pH and free of alkaline problem. The soil samples were treated with the inorganic and organic materials at four different levels including the control treatments in a randomized factorial block design. The soil samples were incubated for ten weeks. After the incubation period, corn was grown in all pots. The results can be summarized as organic and inorganic matter treatments increased structure stability and decreased soil erodibility. Effectiveness of the treatments varied depending on the types and levels of organic and inorganic materials.

Keywords

Structural stability, productivity, polyacrylamide, zeolit, biosolid, lime

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References

Agassi, M., Ben-Hur, M., 1992. Stabilizing steep slopes with soil conditioners and plants. Soil Technology 5: 249–256.

Alberts, E.E., Wendt, R.C., 1985. Influence of soybean and corn cropping on soil aggregate size and stability. Soil Science Society of America Journal 49: 1534–1537.

Anderson, S.H., Gantzer, C.J., Brown, J.R.., 1990. Soil physical properties after 100 years of continuous cultivation. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 45: 117–121.

Angers, D.A., Edwards, L.M., Sanderson, J.B., Bissonnette, N., 1999. Soil organic matter quality and aggregate stability under eight potato cropping sequences in a fine sandy loam of Prince Edward Island. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 79: 411–417.

Benbi, D.K., Biswas, C.R., Bawa, S.S., Kumar, K., 1998. Influence of farmyard manure, inorganic fertilizers and weed control practices on some soil physical properties in a long-term experiment. Soil Use and Management 14: 52–54.

Black, C.A., 1965. Methods of Soil Analysis. Part 1, American Society of Agronomy, No: 9.

Carter, M. R., 1996. Analysis of Soil Organic Matter Storage in Agroecosystems. In Carter, M. R. & Stewart, B. A., (eds): Structure and organic matter storage in agricultural soils, pp. 3–14. CRC Pres, Inc.

Cercioğlu, M., Okur, B., Delibacak, S., Ongun, A.R., 2014. Changes in physical conditions of a coarse textured soil by addition of organic wastes. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 3:7-12.

Demiralay, I., 1993. Soil Physical Analyses. Publications of Agricultural Faculty of Atatürk University, No: 143, Erzurum.

Dormaar, J.F., Lindwall, C.W., Kozub, G.C., 1988. Effectiveness of manure and commercial fertilizer in restoring productivity of an artificially eroded Dark Brown Chernozemic soil under dryland conditions. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 68: 669-679.

Parr, J.F., Papendick, R.I., Hornick, S.B., Colacicco. D., 1989. Use of organic amendments for increasing the productivity of arid lands. Arid Soil Research and Rehabilitation 3: 149-170.

Ekwue, E.I., 1990. Organic matter effects on soil strength properties. Soil Tillage Research 16: 289–29.

Flanagan, D.C., Norton, L.D., Shainberg, L., 1997. Effect of water chemistry and soil amendments on a silt loam soil-Part II: Soil erosion. Transactions of the ASAE 40: 1555–1561.

Gajic, B., Dugalic, G., Djurovic, N., 2006. Comparison of soil organic matter content, aggregate composition and water stability of gleyic fluvisol from adjacent forest and cultivated areas. Agronomy Research 4(2), 499–508.

Gantzer, C.J., Blake, G.R., 1978. Physical characteristics of Le Sueur clay loam soil following no-till and conventional tillage. Agronomy Journal 70: 853–857.

Gantzer, C.J., Buyanovsky, G.A., Alberts, E.E., Remley, P.A., 1987. Effects of soybean and corn residue decomposition on soil strength and splash detachment. Soil Science Society of America Journal 151: 202–207.

Green, S., Stott, D.E., Norton, L.O., Graveel, J.G., 2000. Polyacrylamide Molecular Weight and Charge Effects on Infiltration under Simulated Rainfall. Soil Science Society of America Journal 64: 1786–1791.

Gülser, C., Candemir, F., 2006. Using pedotransfer functions to predict aggregation and permeability by hazelnut husk application. 18th International Soil Meeting (ISM) on “Soil Sustaining Life on Earth, Managing Soil and Technology” May, 22–26, Şanlıurfa Turkey, Proceedings Vol. (II), 847–852.

Gülser, C., Candemir, F., 2012. Changes in penetration resistance of a clay field with organic waste applications. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 1: 16-21.

Haynes, R.J., 2000. Interactions between soil organic matter status. cropping history, method of quantification and sample pretreatment and their effects on measured aggregate stability. Biology and Fertilitiy of Soils 30: 270–275.

Kacar, B., 1995. Chemical Analyses of plant and soil. Education, Research and Development Foundation of Agricultral Faculty of Ankara University, No: 3.

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

Larney, F.J., Janzen, H.H., 1996. Restoration of productivity to a desurfaced soil with livestock manure, crop residue and fertilizer amendments. Agronomy Journal 88: 921-927.

Lentz, R.D., Sojka, R.E., Carter, D.L., Shainberg, I., 1992. Preventing irrigation furrow erosion with small applications of polymers. Soil Science Society of America Journal 56: 1926–1932.

Lentz, R.D., Sojka, R.E., 2000. Applying polymers to irrigation water: Evaluating strategies for furrow erosion control. Transactions of the ASAE 43: 1561–1568.

Levy, G.J., Levin, J., Gal,M., Ben-Hur, M., Shainberg, I., 1992. Polymers' effects on infiltration and soil erosion during consecutive simulated sprinkler irrigation. Soil Science Society of America Journal 56: 902–907.

MacRae, R.J., Mehuys, G.R., 1985. The effect of green manuring on the physical properties of temperate-area soils. Advances Soil Science 3: 71–94.

Morgan, M.R.O.C., 205. Soil Erosion and Conserwation. Blackwell Sci. Ltd. Pub.USA

Nelson, D.W., Sommers, L.E., 1982. Total Carbon, Organic Carbon and Organic Matter. In: A. L. Page(ed.) Methods of Soil Analysis, Part 2, Chemical and Microbiological Properties, Agronomy Monograph No. 9, p. 539-580, ASA Inc., SSSA Inc., Madison, WI, USA.

Özdemir, N., 1993. Effects of admixturing organic residues on structure stability and erodibility of soils. Ataturk University, Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture 24 (1):75–90.

Shainberg, I., Warrington, D.N., Rengasamy, P., 1990. Water quality and PAM interactions in reducing surface sealing. Soil Science 149: 301–307.

Shainberg, I.. Levy, G.J., 1994. Organic polymers and soil sealing in cultivated soil. Soil Science 158: 267–273.

Soil Survey Staff, 1993. Soil Survey Manuel. USDA Handbook No:18, Washington, USA.

Sürücü, K., 1995. A research on comprasion of different methods used on determining lime requirements of acid soils. Science Institute of Ondokuz Mayıs University, Master thesis (unpublished).

U.S. Salinity Laboratory Staff, (1954). Diagnosis and improvement of saline and alkali soils. Agricultural Handbook No: 60, USDA.

Abstract
The objective of the present investigation is to find out the effect of incorporating of various organic and inorganic matter sources such as lime (L), zeolit (Z), polyacrylamide (PAM) and biosolid (BS) on the instability index. A bulk surface (0–20 cm depth) soil sample was taken from Samsun, in northern part of Turkey. Some soil properties were determined as follows; fine in texture, modarete in organic matter content, low in pH and free of alkaline problem. The soil samples were treated with the inorganic and organic materials at four different levels including the control treatments in a randomized factorial block design. The soil samples were incubated for ten weeks. After the incubation period, corn was grown in all pots. The results can be summarized as organic and inorganic matter treatments increased structure stability and decreased soil erodibility. Effectiveness of the treatments varied depending on the types and levels of organic and inorganic materials.

Keywords: Structural stability, productivity, polyacrylamide, zeolit, biosolid, lime

References

Agassi, M., Ben-Hur, M., 1992. Stabilizing steep slopes with soil conditioners and plants. Soil Technology 5: 249–256.

Alberts, E.E., Wendt, R.C., 1985. Influence of soybean and corn cropping on soil aggregate size and stability. Soil Science Society of America Journal 49: 1534–1537.

Anderson, S.H., Gantzer, C.J., Brown, J.R.., 1990. Soil physical properties after 100 years of continuous cultivation. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 45: 117–121.

Angers, D.A., Edwards, L.M., Sanderson, J.B., Bissonnette, N., 1999. Soil organic matter quality and aggregate stability under eight potato cropping sequences in a fine sandy loam of Prince Edward Island. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 79: 411–417.

Benbi, D.K., Biswas, C.R., Bawa, S.S., Kumar, K., 1998. Influence of farmyard manure, inorganic fertilizers and weed control practices on some soil physical properties in a long-term experiment. Soil Use and Management 14: 52–54.

Black, C.A., 1965. Methods of Soil Analysis. Part 1, American Society of Agronomy, No: 9.

Carter, M. R., 1996. Analysis of Soil Organic Matter Storage in Agroecosystems. In Carter, M. R. & Stewart, B. A., (eds): Structure and organic matter storage in agricultural soils, pp. 3–14. CRC Pres, Inc.

Cercioğlu, M., Okur, B., Delibacak, S., Ongun, A.R., 2014. Changes in physical conditions of a coarse textured soil by addition of organic wastes. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 3:7-12.

Demiralay, I., 1993. Soil Physical Analyses. Publications of Agricultural Faculty of Atatürk University, No: 143, Erzurum.

Dormaar, J.F., Lindwall, C.W., Kozub, G.C., 1988. Effectiveness of manure and commercial fertilizer in restoring productivity of an artificially eroded Dark Brown Chernozemic soil under dryland conditions. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 68: 669-679.

Parr, J.F., Papendick, R.I., Hornick, S.B., Colacicco. D., 1989. Use of organic amendments for increasing the productivity of arid lands. Arid Soil Research and Rehabilitation 3: 149-170.

Ekwue, E.I., 1990. Organic matter effects on soil strength properties. Soil Tillage Research 16: 289–29.

Flanagan, D.C., Norton, L.D., Shainberg, L., 1997. Effect of water chemistry and soil amendments on a silt loam soil-Part II: Soil erosion. Transactions of the ASAE 40: 1555–1561.

Gajic, B., Dugalic, G., Djurovic, N., 2006. Comparison of soil organic matter content, aggregate composition and water stability of gleyic fluvisol from adjacent forest and cultivated areas. Agronomy Research 4(2), 499–508.

Gantzer, C.J., Blake, G.R., 1978. Physical characteristics of Le Sueur clay loam soil following no-till and conventional tillage. Agronomy Journal 70: 853–857.

Gantzer, C.J., Buyanovsky, G.A., Alberts, E.E., Remley, P.A., 1987. Effects of soybean and corn residue decomposition on soil strength and splash detachment. Soil Science Society of America Journal 151: 202–207.

Green, S., Stott, D.E., Norton, L.O., Graveel, J.G., 2000. Polyacrylamide Molecular Weight and Charge Effects on Infiltration under Simulated Rainfall. Soil Science Society of America Journal 64: 1786–1791.

Gülser, C., Candemir, F., 2006. Using pedotransfer functions to predict aggregation and permeability by hazelnut husk application. 18th International Soil Meeting (ISM) on “Soil Sustaining Life on Earth, Managing Soil and Technology” May, 22–26, Şanlıurfa Turkey, Proceedings Vol. (II), 847–852.

Gülser, C., Candemir, F., 2012. Changes in penetration resistance of a clay field with organic waste applications. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 1: 16-21.

Haynes, R.J., 2000. Interactions between soil organic matter status. cropping history, method of quantification and sample pretreatment and their effects on measured aggregate stability. Biology and Fertilitiy of Soils 30: 270–275.

Kacar, B., 1995. Chemical Analyses of plant and soil. Education, Research and Development Foundation of Agricultral Faculty of Ankara University, No: 3.

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

Larney, F.J., Janzen, H.H., 1996. Restoration of productivity to a desurfaced soil with livestock manure, crop residue and fertilizer amendments. Agronomy Journal 88: 921-927.

Lentz, R.D., Sojka, R.E., Carter, D.L., Shainberg, I., 1992. Preventing irrigation furrow erosion with small applications of polymers. Soil Science Society of America Journal 56: 1926–1932.

Lentz, R.D., Sojka, R.E., 2000. Applying polymers to irrigation water: Evaluating strategies for furrow erosion control. Transactions of the ASAE 43: 1561–1568.

Levy, G.J., Levin, J., Gal,M., Ben-Hur, M., Shainberg, I., 1992. Polymers' effects on infiltration and soil erosion during consecutive simulated sprinkler irrigation. Soil Science Society of America Journal 56: 902–907.

MacRae, R.J., Mehuys, G.R., 1985. The effect of green manuring on the physical properties of temperate-area soils. Advances Soil Science 3: 71–94.

Morgan, M.R.O.C., 205. Soil Erosion and Conserwation. Blackwell Sci. Ltd. Pub.USA

Nelson, D.W., Sommers, L.E., 1982. Total Carbon, Organic Carbon and Organic Matter. In: A. L. Page(ed.) Methods of Soil Analysis, Part 2, Chemical and Microbiological Properties, Agronomy Monograph No. 9, p. 539-580, ASA Inc., SSSA Inc., Madison, WI, USA.

Özdemir, N., 1993. Effects of admixturing organic residues on structure stability and erodibility of soils. Ataturk University, Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture 24 (1):75–90.

Shainberg, I., Warrington, D.N., Rengasamy, P., 1990. Water quality and PAM interactions in reducing surface sealing. Soil Science 149: 301–307.

Shainberg, I.. Levy, G.J., 1994. Organic polymers and soil sealing in cultivated soil. Soil Science 158: 267–273.

Soil Survey Staff, 1993. Soil Survey Manuel. USDA Handbook No:18, Washington, USA.

Sürücü, K., 1995. A research on comprasion of different methods used on determining lime requirements of acid soils. Science Institute of Ondokuz Mayıs University, Master thesis (unpublished).

U.S. Salinity Laboratory Staff, (1954). Diagnosis and improvement of saline and alkali soils. Agricultural Handbook No: 60, USDA.



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