Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 7, Issue 4, Oct 2018, Pages 300 - 307
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.448593
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Theoretical and practical aspects of basic soil treatment in the conditions of modern soil management systems in Russia

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Belenkov,A., Mazirov,M., Arefieva,V., 2018. Theoretical and practical aspects of basic soil treatment in the conditions of modern soil management systems in Russia. Eurasian J Soil Sci 7(4):300 - 307. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.448593
Belenkov,A.Mazirov,M.,& Arefieva,V. (2018). Theoretical and practical aspects of basic soil treatment in the conditions of modern soil management systems in Russia Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 7(4):300 - 307. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.448593
Belenkov,A.Mazirov,M., and ,Arefieva,V. "Theoretical and practical aspects of basic soil treatment in the conditions of modern soil management systems in Russia" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 7.4 (2018):300 - 307. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.448593
Belenkov,A.Mazirov,M., and ,Arefieva,V. "Theoretical and practical aspects of basic soil treatment in the conditions of modern soil management systems in Russia" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,7(Oct 2018):300 - 307 DOI : 10.18393/ejss.448593
A,Belenkov.M,Mazirov.V,Arefieva "Theoretical and practical aspects of basic soil treatment in the conditions of modern soil management systems in Russia" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol.7, no.4, pp.300 - 307 (Oct 2018), DOI : 10.18393/ejss.448593
Belenkov,Alexey ;Mazirov,Mikhail ;Arefieva,Valeria Theoretical and practical aspects of basic soil treatment in the conditions of modern soil management systems in Russia. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, (2018),7.4:300 - 307. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.448593

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Belenkov, A., Mazirov, M., Arefieva, V., 2018. Theoretical and practical aspects of basic soil treatment in the conditions of modern soil management systems in Russia. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 7(4): 300 - 307. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.448593

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Alexey Belenkov , Department of Soil Management and Experimental Design, Russian State Agrarian University – Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Moscow, Russia
Mikhail Mazirov , Department of Soil Management and Experimental Design, Russian State Agrarian University – Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Moscow, Russia
Valeria Arefieva , Department of Soil Management and Experimental Design, Russian State Agrarian University – Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Timiryazevskaya Str., 49, Moscow, 127550, Russia Moscow, Russia

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Article first published online : 27 Jul 2018
Manuscript Accepted : 10 Jul 2018
Manuscript Received: 15 Mar 2018
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.448593
Stable URL: http://ejss.fesss.org/10.18393/ejss.448593

Abstract

The questions of inserting and implementing the different methods of basic soil treatment in the different crop plantings in the conditions of steppe zone in Nizhnee Povolzhye and Central Part of Non-chernozem Belt of the Russian Federation are analyzed. Systemize and complex research of the above questions are caused by multivalued opinions of agrarian scientists that are involved in the practical aspects of agrarian production towards them. On the results of long term researches is defined that the most effective and practice in cereal crop rotations are the basic soil management systems combining the different methods of tillage, mini-till and no-till soil treatment along with usage of modern machines and aggregates. In the conditions of field experiment at Centre of Precision Farming of Russian State Agrarian University - Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, along with the others, the tasks on economic efficiency and ecological safety that are the basis of precision farming concept are being solved.

Keywords

Soil treatment methods, tillage, no-tillage, mini-till, no-till, resource saving, soil management sy

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References

Atkinson, R.S., Sparkes, D.L., Mooney, S.J., 2007. Using selected soil physical properties of seedbeds to predict crop establishment. Soil and Tillage Research 97(2): 218-228.

Balabanov, V.I., Zhelezova, S.V., Berezovsky, E.V., Belenkov, A.I., Egorov, V.V., 2013. Navigation systems in agriculture. Precision farming. Russian State Agrarian University – Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Moscow, p. 148. [in Russian]

Baraev, A.I., 1978. Theoretical basis of protective soil management/Problems of soil management. Kolos, Moscow, pp. 212 – 220. [in Russian]

Belenkov, A.I., 2010. Crops rotation and soil treatment in steppe and semiarid zone of Nighnee Povojgye region. Monography, Moscow, p. 279. [in Russian]

Belenkov, A.I., 2015. Principles of resource saving in protective soil management/Protective soil management in Russia. Kursk Research Institute of Soil Management and Erosion Protection, pp. 77 – 81. [in Russian]

Belenkov, A.I., Shevchenko, V.A., Trofimova, T.A., Shachnev, V.P., 2015. Scientific and practical basis for development of soil treatment methods in modern adaptive land scape soil management systems. Russian State Agrarian University - Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Moscow, p. 500. [in Russian]

Cherkasov, G.N., 2006. Effectiveness of combined soil treatment systems. Soil Management (6): 20 – 22. [in Russian]

Ishaq, M., Ibrahim, M., Lal, R., 2001. Tillage effect on nutrient uptake by wheat and cotton as influenced by fertilizer rate, Soil and Tillage Research 62 (1–2): 41–53.

Jiang, X., Li, Z., Hou, L., Wang, Y., Wang, X., Yan, H., 2005. Impacts of minimum tillage and no-tillage systems on soil NO-3-N content and water use efficiency of winter wheat/summer corn cultivation. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering (CSAE) 21(7): 20-24.

Keller K., 2001 Soil management without plough: scientific achievements and practical experience in Western Europe and other regions. Achievements of Science and Technology of Agro-Industrial Complex (AIC) 11: 47 [in Russian]

Maltsev, T.S., 1988. Soil management system without ploughing. Agropromizdat, Moscow, p. 127. [in Russian]

Ovsinsky, I.E., 1902. New soil management system. St.-Petersburg, p. 325 [in Russian]

Penn State Cooperative Extension, 2016. The Penn State Agronomy Guide. Available at [Access date : 05.03.2016]: http://www.extension.psu.edu/agronomy-guide/cm/sec1/sec11f

Pleskachev, Yu. N., Koscheev, I.A., Kondybin, S.S., 2013. Tillage effect on yield of cereal crops. Proceeding of Altay State Agrarian University 1 (99): 23 – 26. [in Russian]

Sdobnikov, S.S., 2000. Soil treatment and soil fertility: to till or not to till. Moscow, p. 28 [in Russian]

Sheptukhov, V.N., 2006. Mechanical soil treatment and formation of crop roots level of soil. Moscow, p. 168. [in Russian]

Shulmeister, K.G., 1995. Selected works. Volgograd, Vol.1. p. 456, Vol. 2. P480. [in Russian]

Sukhov, A.N., Imangaliev, K.A., Imangalieva, A.K., 2011. Agroecological basis of field crops rotation and soil treatment in adaptive and land scape soil management systems in steppe and semiarid zone of Nighnee Povojgye region. Monography. Volgograd State Agrarian Academy, Volgograd, p. 192. [in Russian]

Turusov, V.I., Garmashov, V.M., Shevchenko, V.A., Dudchenko, S.E., 2014. The possibilities for Mini-Till system of soil management on black soils of Voronegh region. Acievements of Science and Technology of Agro-Industrial Complex (AIC) (12): 5 – 8. [in Russian]

Unger, P.W., 2002. Residue management for winter wheat and grain sorghum production with limited irrigation. Soil Science Society of America Journal 58(2): 537-542.

Abstract

The questions of inserting and implementing the different methods of basic soil treatment in the different crop plantings in the conditions of steppe zone in Nizhnee Povolzhye and Central Part of Non-chernozem Belt of the Russian Federation are analyzed. Systemize and complex research of the above questions are caused by multivalued opinions of agrarian scientists that are involved in the practical aspects of agrarian production towards them. On the results of long term researches is defined that the most effective and practice in cereal crop rotations are the basic soil management systems combining the different methods of tillage, mini-till and no-till soil treatment along with usage of modern machines and aggregates. In the conditions of field experiment at Centre of Precision Farming of Russian State Agrarian University - Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, along with the others, the tasks on economic efficiency and ecological safety that are the basis of precision farming concept are being solved.

Keywords: Soil treatment methods, tillage, no-tillage, mini-till, no-till, resource saving, soil management system, crop rotation, combined soil treatment, regions of the Russian Federation.

References

Atkinson, R.S., Sparkes, D.L., Mooney, S.J., 2007. Using selected soil physical properties of seedbeds to predict crop establishment. Soil and Tillage Research 97(2): 218-228.

Balabanov, V.I., Zhelezova, S.V., Berezovsky, E.V., Belenkov, A.I., Egorov, V.V., 2013. Navigation systems in agriculture. Precision farming. Russian State Agrarian University – Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Moscow, p. 148. [in Russian]

Baraev, A.I., 1978. Theoretical basis of protective soil management/Problems of soil management. Kolos, Moscow, pp. 212 – 220. [in Russian]

Belenkov, A.I., 2010. Crops rotation and soil treatment in steppe and semiarid zone of Nighnee Povojgye region. Monography, Moscow, p. 279. [in Russian]

Belenkov, A.I., 2015. Principles of resource saving in protective soil management/Protective soil management in Russia. Kursk Research Institute of Soil Management and Erosion Protection, pp. 77 – 81. [in Russian]

Belenkov, A.I., Shevchenko, V.A., Trofimova, T.A., Shachnev, V.P., 2015. Scientific and practical basis for development of soil treatment methods in modern adaptive land scape soil management systems. Russian State Agrarian University - Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Moscow, p. 500. [in Russian]

Cherkasov, G.N., 2006. Effectiveness of combined soil treatment systems. Soil Management (6): 20 – 22. [in Russian]

Ishaq, M., Ibrahim, M., Lal, R., 2001. Tillage effect on nutrient uptake by wheat and cotton as influenced by fertilizer rate, Soil and Tillage Research 62 (1–2): 41–53.

Jiang, X., Li, Z., Hou, L., Wang, Y., Wang, X., Yan, H., 2005. Impacts of minimum tillage and no-tillage systems on soil NO-3-N content and water use efficiency of winter wheat/summer corn cultivation. Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering (CSAE) 21(7): 20-24.

Keller K., 2001 Soil management without plough: scientific achievements and practical experience in Western Europe and other regions. Achievements of Science and Technology of Agro-Industrial Complex (AIC) 11: 47 [in Russian]

Maltsev, T.S., 1988. Soil management system without ploughing. Agropromizdat, Moscow, p. 127. [in Russian]

Ovsinsky, I.E., 1902. New soil management system. St.-Petersburg, p. 325 [in Russian]

Penn State Cooperative Extension, 2016. The Penn State Agronomy Guide. Available at [Access date : 05.03.2016]: http://www.extension.psu.edu/agronomy-guide/cm/sec1/sec11f

Pleskachev, Yu. N., Koscheev, I.A., Kondybin, S.S., 2013. Tillage effect on yield of cereal crops. Proceeding of Altay State Agrarian University 1 (99): 23 – 26. [in Russian]

Sdobnikov, S.S., 2000. Soil treatment and soil fertility: to till or not to till. Moscow, p. 28 [in Russian]

Sheptukhov, V.N., 2006. Mechanical soil treatment and formation of crop roots level of soil. Moscow, p. 168. [in Russian]

Shulmeister, K.G., 1995. Selected works. Volgograd, Vol.1. p. 456, Vol. 2. P480. [in Russian]

Sukhov, A.N., Imangaliev, K.A., Imangalieva, A.K., 2011. Agroecological basis of field crops rotation and soil treatment in adaptive and land scape soil management systems in steppe and semiarid zone of Nighnee Povojgye region. Monography. Volgograd State Agrarian Academy, Volgograd, p. 192. [in Russian]

Turusov, V.I., Garmashov, V.M., Shevchenko, V.A., Dudchenko, S.E., 2014. The possibilities for Mini-Till system of soil management on black soils of Voronegh region. Acievements of Science and Technology of Agro-Industrial Complex (AIC) (12): 5 – 8. [in Russian]

Unger, P.W., 2002. Residue management for winter wheat and grain sorghum production with limited irrigation. Soil Science Society of America Journal 58(2): 537-542.



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