Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

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DOI: 10.18393/ejss.980372
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Zhaksybayeva,G., Balgabayev,A., Vassilina,T., Shibikeyeva,A., Malimbayeva,A., 2022. Yield of sugar beet and changes in phosphorus fractions in relation to long term P fertilization in chestnut soil of Kazakhstan. Eurasian J Soil Sci 11(1):25-32. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.980372
Zhaksybayeva,G.,Balgabayev,A.Vassilina,T.Shibikeyeva,A.,& Malimbayeva,A. Yield of sugar beet and changes in phosphorus fractions in relation to long term P fertilization in chestnut soil of Kazakhstan Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 11(1):25-32. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.980372
Zhaksybayeva,G.,Balgabayev,A.Vassilina,T.Shibikeyeva,A., and ,Malimbayeva,A."Yield of sugar beet and changes in phosphorus fractions in relation to long term P fertilization in chestnut soil of Kazakhstan" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 11.1 (2022):25-32. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.980372
Zhaksybayeva,G.,Balgabayev,A.Vassilina,T.Shibikeyeva,A., and ,Malimbayeva,A. "Yield of sugar beet and changes in phosphorus fractions in relation to long term P fertilization in chestnut soil of Kazakhstan" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,11(Jan 2022):25-32 DOI : 10.18393/ejss.980372
G,Zhaksybayeva.A,Balgabayev.T,Vassilina.A,Shibikeyeva.A,Malimbayeva "Yield of sugar beet and changes in phosphorus fractions in relation to long term P fertilization in chestnut soil of Kazakhstan" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol.11, no.1, pp.25-32 (Jan 2022), DOI : 10.18393/ejss.980372
Zhaksybayeva,Gulzhan ;Balgabayev,Alimbay ;Vassilina,Tursunay ;Shibikeyeva,Aigerim ;Malimbayeva,Almagul Yield of sugar beet and changes in phosphorus fractions in relation to long term P fertilization in chestnut soil of Kazakhstan. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, (2022),11.1:25-32. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.980372

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Zhaksybayeva, G., Balgabayev, A., Vassilina, T., Shibikeyeva, A., Malimbayeva, A., 2022. Yield of sugar beet and changes in phosphorus fractions in relation to long term P fertilization in chestnut soil of Kazakhstan. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 11(1): 25-32. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.980372

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Gulzhan Zhaksybayeva , Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, 050010, Almaty, Kazakhstan Almaty, Kazakhstan
Alimbay Balgabayev , Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, 050010, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Tursunay Vassilina , Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, 050010, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Aigerim Shibikeyeva , Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, 050010, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Almagul Malimbayeva , Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, 050010, Almaty, Kazakhstan

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Article first published online : 08 Aug 2021
Manuscript Accepted : 02 Aug 2021
Manuscript Received: 11 Feb 2021
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.980372
Stable URL: http://ejss.fesss.org/10.18393/ejss.980372

Abstract

Excessive phosphorus (P) application can alter soil P availability and limit plant growth by P fixation into different organic and inorganic P forms. However, it remains uncertain whether these changes happen after limited fertilization or an excessive rate applied under the crop rotation. The current study aimed to investigate the yield of sugar beet in response to long term P fertilization, and to investigate long-term P fertilization effects on soil P fractions after long-term fertilizations in chestnut soil of Kazakhstan. A long-term study (56 years) was conducted to assess the changes in total P, available P and inorganic P (Pi) fractions in response to different P rates applied to sugar beet. Inorganic P fractions were determined using the Ginzburg and Lebedeva (1971) and Ginzburg (1981) methods. Our findings demonstrated that different P rates significantly increased the total P and available P in the inorganic P fractions compared to N0P0K0 treatment (Absolute control). The N1P2K1 (100% of recommended level of NK but 200% of P) treatment had a maximum yield and sugar content of sugar beet. Compared with N0P0K0, the proportions of Ca-PI, Ca-PII, Fe-P and Al-P of total inorganic P fractions associated with under fertilizer treatments increased. The highest content of fractioned P was found in the form of Ca–PIII.

Keywords

Sugar beet, chestnut soil, phosphorus, P fertilization, inorganic P fractions.

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References

Ahmed, W., Jing, H., Kaillou, L., Qaswar, M., Khan. M.N., Jin, C., Geng, S., Qinghai, H., Yiren,L., Guangrong,, L., Mei,S., Chao,L., Dongchu,L., Ali,S., Normatov, Y., Mehmood, S., Zhang, H., 2019. Changes in phosphorus fractions associated with soil chemical properties under long-term organic and inorganic fertilization in paddy soils of southern China. PLoS ONE 14(5): e0216881.

Ahmed, W., Qaswar, M., Jing, H., Wenjun, D., Geng, S., Kailou, L., Ying, M., Ao, T., Mei, S., Chao, L., Yongmei, X., Ali, S., Normatov, Y., Mehmood, S., Khan, M.N., Huimin, Z., 2020. Tillage practices improve rice yield and soil phosphorus fractions in two typical paddy soils. Journal of Soils and Sediments 20: 850–861.

Alexander. M., 1977.  Introduction to Soil Microbiology. Wiley, New York, USA. 467p.

Anderson. G., 1967.  Nucleic acids, derivatives, and organic phosphorus. In: Soil Biochemistry. McLaren, A.D., Peterson, G.H. (Eds.). Vol. 1. Marcel Dekker, New York, USA. pp.67-90.

Anderson. G., 1975. Other organic phosphorus compounds. In: Soil Components. Gieseking, J.E. (Ed.). Sprinter-Verlag, Berlin. pp 305–331.

Ayaga, G., Todd,  A., Brookes, P.C.,  2006. Enhanced biological cycling of phosphorus increases its availability to crops in low-input sub-Saharan farming systems, Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38: 81–90.

Barłóg, P., Grzebisz, W., Feć, M., Łukowiak, R., Szczepaniak, W., 2010. Row method of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) with multicomponent fertilizer based on urea-ammonium nitrate solution as a way to increase nutrient use efficiency. Journal of Central European Agriculture 11: 225-234.

Barlog, P., Grzebisz, W., Peplinski, K.,  Szczepaniak, W., 2013. Sugar beet response to balanced nitrogen fertilization with phosphorus and potassium. Part I. Dynamics of beet yield development. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science 19(6): 1311-1318

Bravo, C., Torrent, J., Giráldez, J.V., González, P., Ordóñez, R., 2006. Long-term effect of tillage on phosphorus forms and sorption in a Vertisol of southern Spain. European Journal of Agronomy 25: 264–269.

Cogger, C., Duxbury, J.M., 1984. Factors affecting phosphorus losses from cultivated organic soils. Journal of Environmental Quality 13: 111–114.

Cole, C.V., Olsen, S.R., Scott, C.O., 1953. The nature of phosphate sorption by calcium carbonate. Soil Science Society of America Journal 17: 352–356.

Dobermann, A., George, T., Thevs, N., 2002. Phosphorus fertilizer effects on soil phosphorus pools in acid upland soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 66: 652–660.  

Epstein, E., Bloom, A.J., 2005. Mineral nutrition of plants: Principles and perspectives. Sunderland, Massachusetts: Sinauer Associates, Inc. Publishers. 412p.

Fageria, N.K., 2009. The use of nutrients in crop plants. CRC Press. New York, USA. 430p.

Fageria, N.K., Baligar,  V.C., 2005. Nutrient availability. In: Encyclopedia of soils in the environment. Hillel, D. (Ed.). Elsevier. San Diego, USA. pp. 63–71.

Fageria, N.K., Baligar, V.C., 1997. Response of common bean, upland rice, corn, wheat, and soybean to fertility of an Oxisol. Journal of Plant Nutrition 20: 1279–1289.

Fageria, N.K., Baligar, V.C., 2001. Improving nutrient use efficiency of annual crops in Brazilian acid soils for sustainable crop production. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 32: 1303–1319.

Faye, I., Diouf, O., Guissé, A., Sène, M., Diallo, N. 2006. Characterizing root responses to low phosphorus in pearl millet [Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br.]. Agronmy  Journal 98:1187–1194.

Feder, J., 1973. The phosphatases. In: Environmental Phosphorus Handbook. Griffith, E.J. Beeton, A. Spencer, J.M. Mitchell, D.T., (Eds). John Wiley & Sons. New York, USA. pp. 475–508.

Ginzburg, K.E., 1981. Phosphorus in the of the USSR. Nauka, Moscow. 242p. [in Russian].

Ginzburg, K.E., Lebedeva, L.S., 1971. Determination of mineral phosphorus compounds in soils. Agrohimiya 1: 25–34. [in Russian].

GOST 26205-91. Soils. Determination of mobile compounds of phosphorus and potassium by Machigin method modified by CINAO. Available at [Access date: 11.02.2021]: https://gostexpert.ru/gost/getDoc/38501

Greenland, D.J., Oades, J.M., Sherwin. T.W., 1968. Electron-microscope observations of iron oxides in some red soils. European Journal of Soil Science 19: 123–126.

Griffin, R.A. Jurinak, J.J., 1973.  The interaction of phosphate with calcite. Soil Science Society of America Journal 37: 847–850.

Gunarto, L., Yahya, M., Supadmo, H., Buntan, A., 1985. Response of corn to NPK fertilization grown in a Latosol in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 16(11): 1179-1188.

Gülser, C., Zharlygasov, Z., Kızılkaya, R., Kalimov, N., Akça, I., Zharlygasov, Z., 2019. The effect of NPK foliar fertilization on yield and macronutrient content of grain in wheat under Kostanai-Kazakhstan conditions. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 8(3): 275-281.

Hedley, M.J., Stewart, J.W.B., Chauhan, B.S., 1982. Changes in inorganic and organic soil phosphorus fractions induced by cultivation practices and by laboratory incubations. Soil Science Society of America Journal 46: 970–976.

Higgs, B., Johnston, A.E., Salter, J.L., Dawson, C.J., 2000. Some aspects of achieving sustainable phosphorus use in agriculture. Journal of Environmental Quality 29:80–87.

Hinsinger, P., 2001. Bioavailability of soil inorganic P in the rhizosphere as a_ected by root-induced chemical changes: A review. Plant and Soil 237: 173–195.

Holford, I.C.R., Mattingly, G.E.G.,  1975. Phosphate sorption by jurassic oolitic limestones. Geoderma 13: 257–264.

Khiari, L., Parent, L.E., 2005. Phosphorus transformations in acid light-textured soils treated with dry swine manure, Canadian Journal of Soil Science 85: 75–87.

Kızılkaya, R., Bayraklı, F., Sürücü, A., 2007. Relationships between phosphatase activity and phosphorus fractions in agricultural soils. International Journal of Soil Science 2(2): 107-118.

Ko, W.H., Hora, F.K., 1970. Production of phospholipases by soil microorganisms. Soil Science 10: 355-358.

Laboski, C.A.M., Lamb, J.A., 2004. Impact of manure application on soil phosphorus sorption characteristics and subsequent water quality implications. Soil Science 169: 440–448.

Mao, X., Xu, X., Lu, K., Gielen, G., Luo, J., He, L., Donnison, A., Xu, Z., Xu, J., Yang, W., Song, Z., Wang, H., 2015. Effect of 17 years of organic and inorganic fertilizer applications on soil phosphorus dynamics in a rice–wheat rotation cropping system in eastern China. Journal of Soils and Sediments 15: 1889–1899.

Meason, D.F., Idol, T.W., Friday, J.B., Scowcroft, P.G., 2009. Effects of fertilisation on phosphorus pools in the volcanic soil of a managed tropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management 258: 2199–2206.

Omotoso, T.I., Wild, A., 1970.  Content of inositol phosphates in some English and Nigerian soils. European Journal of Soil Science  21: 216-223.

Porter, P.S., Sanchez. C.A., 1992. The effect of soil properties on phosphorus sorption by Everglades Histosols. Soil Science  154: 387–398.

Rashid, A., Awan, Z.I., Ryan, J., 2005. Diagnosing phosphorus deficiency in spring wheat by plant analysis: proposed critical concentration ranges. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 36: 609–622.

Saparov, A., 2014. Soil Resources of the Republic of Kazakhstan: Current Status, Problems and Solutions. In: Novel Measurement and Assessment Tools for Monitoring and Management of Land and Water Resources in Agricultural Landscapes of Central Asia. Mueller, L., Saparov, A., Lischeid, G. (Eds.). Environmental Science and Engineering. Springer, Cham. pp. 61-73.

Shen, M.J., Rich. C.I., 1962. Aluminum fixation in montmorillonite. Soil Science Society of America Journal 26: 33–36,

Shukla, S.S., Syers J.K., Williams, J.D.H., Armstrong, D.E., Harris. R.F., 1971. Sorption of inorganic phosphate by lake sediments. Soil Science Society of America Journal 35: 244–249.

Solis, P., Torrent, J., 1989. Phosphate fractions in calcareous Vertisols and Inceptisols of Spain. Soil Science Society of America Journal 53: 462–466.

Suleimenova, N., Makhamedova, B., Orynbasarova, G., Kalykov, D., Yertayeva, Z., 2019. Impact of resource conserving technologies (RCT) on soil physical properties and rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) yield in irrigated agriculture areas of the south-eastern Kazakhstan. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 8(1): 83–93.

Wang, J., Liu, W.Z., Mu, H.F., Dang, T.H., 2010. Inorganic phosphorus fractions and phosphorus availability in a calcareous soil receiving 21-year superphosphate application. Pedosphere 20(3): 304-310.

Williams, E.G., Scott, N.M., McDonalds, M.J.,  1958. Soil properties and phosphate sorption. Journal ofthe Science of Food and  Agriculture 9: 551–559.

Yang, J.E., Jacobsen, J.S., 1990.Soil ınorganic phosphorus fractions and their uptake relationships in calcareous soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 54(6): 1666-1669.

Yertayeva, Z., Kızılkaya, R., Kaldybayev, S., Seitkali N., Abdraimova, N., Zhamangarayeva, A., 2019. Changes in biological soil quality indicators under saline soil condition after amelioration with alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) cultivation in meadow Solonchak. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 8(3): 189–195.

Yertayeva, Z., Kaldybaev, S., Beketova, A., 2018. The scientific basis of changes in the composition and properties of meadow saline soil of the foothill plains of the ili alatau during a long postmeliorative period. Ecology, Environment and Conservation 24(2): 715–720.

Yousaf, M., Li, J., Lu, J., Ren, T., Cong, R., Fahad, S., Li, X., 2017. Effects of fertilization on crop production and nutrient-supplying capacity under rice-oilseed rape rotation system. Scientific Reports 7: 1270.

Zhang, M.K., He, Z.L., Calvert, D.V., Stoffella, P.J., Yang, X.E., Li, Y.C., 2003. Phosphorus and heavy metal attachment and release in sandy soil aggregate fractions. Soil Science Society of America Journal 67: 1158–1167.

Abstract

Excessive phosphorus (P) application can alter soil P availability and limit plant growth by P fixation into different organic and inorganic P forms. However, it remains uncertain whether these changes happen after limited fertilization or an excessive rate applied under the crop rotation. The current study aimed to investigate the yield of sugar beet in response to long term P fertilization, and to investigate long-term P fertilization effects on soil P fractions after long-term fertilizations in chestnut soil of Kazakhstan. A long-term study (56 years) was conducted to assess the changes in total P, available P and inorganic P (Pi) fractions in response to different P rates applied to sugar beet. Inorganic P fractions were determined using the Ginzburg and Lebedeva (1971) and Ginzburg (1981) methods. Our findings demonstrated that different P rates significantly increased the total P and available P in the inorganic P fractions compared to N0P0K0 treatment (Absolute control). The N1P2K1 (100% of recommended level of NK but 200% of P) treatment had a maximum yield and sugar content of sugar beet. Compared with N0P0K0, the proportions of Ca-PI, Ca-PII, Fe-P and Al-P of total inorganic P fractions associated with under fertilizer treatments increased. The highest content of fractioned P was found in the form of Ca–PIII. 

Keywords: Sugar beet, chestnut soil, phosphorus, P fertilization, inorganic P fractions.

References

Ahmed, W., Jing, H., Kaillou, L., Qaswar, M., Khan. M.N., Jin, C., Geng, S., Qinghai, H., Yiren,L., Guangrong,, L., Mei,S., Chao,L., Dongchu,L., Ali,S., Normatov, Y., Mehmood, S., Zhang, H., 2019. Changes in phosphorus fractions associated with soil chemical properties under long-term organic and inorganic fertilization in paddy soils of southern China. PLoS ONE 14(5): e0216881.

Ahmed, W., Qaswar, M., Jing, H., Wenjun, D., Geng, S., Kailou, L., Ying, M., Ao, T., Mei, S., Chao, L., Yongmei, X., Ali, S., Normatov, Y., Mehmood, S., Khan, M.N., Huimin, Z., 2020. Tillage practices improve rice yield and soil phosphorus fractions in two typical paddy soils. Journal of Soils and Sediments 20: 850–861.

Alexander. M., 1977.  Introduction to Soil Microbiology. Wiley, New York, USA. 467p.

Anderson. G., 1967.  Nucleic acids, derivatives, and organic phosphorus. In: Soil Biochemistry. McLaren, A.D., Peterson, G.H. (Eds.). Vol. 1. Marcel Dekker, New York, USA. pp.67-90.

Anderson. G., 1975. Other organic phosphorus compounds. In: Soil Components. Gieseking, J.E. (Ed.). Sprinter-Verlag, Berlin. pp 305–331.

Ayaga, G., Todd,  A., Brookes, P.C.,  2006. Enhanced biological cycling of phosphorus increases its availability to crops in low-input sub-Saharan farming systems, Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38: 81–90.

Barłóg, P., Grzebisz, W., Feć, M., Łukowiak, R., Szczepaniak, W., 2010. Row method of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.) with multicomponent fertilizer based on urea-ammonium nitrate solution as a way to increase nutrient use efficiency. Journal of Central European Agriculture 11: 225-234.

Barlog, P., Grzebisz, W., Peplinski, K.,  Szczepaniak, W., 2013. Sugar beet response to balanced nitrogen fertilization with phosphorus and potassium. Part I. Dynamics of beet yield development. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science 19(6): 1311-1318

Bravo, C., Torrent, J., Giráldez, J.V., González, P., Ordóñez, R., 2006. Long-term effect of tillage on phosphorus forms and sorption in a Vertisol of southern Spain. European Journal of Agronomy 25: 264–269.

Cogger, C., Duxbury, J.M., 1984. Factors affecting phosphorus losses from cultivated organic soils. Journal of Environmental Quality 13: 111–114.

Cole, C.V., Olsen, S.R., Scott, C.O., 1953. The nature of phosphate sorption by calcium carbonate. Soil Science Society of America Journal 17: 352–356.

Dobermann, A., George, T., Thevs, N., 2002. Phosphorus fertilizer effects on soil phosphorus pools in acid upland soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 66: 652–660.  

Epstein, E., Bloom, A.J., 2005. Mineral nutrition of plants: Principles and perspectives. Sunderland, Massachusetts: Sinauer Associates, Inc. Publishers. 412p.

Fageria, N.K., 2009. The use of nutrients in crop plants. CRC Press. New York, USA. 430p.

Fageria, N.K., Baligar,  V.C., 2005. Nutrient availability. In: Encyclopedia of soils in the environment. Hillel, D. (Ed.). Elsevier. San Diego, USA. pp. 63–71.

Fageria, N.K., Baligar, V.C., 1997. Response of common bean, upland rice, corn, wheat, and soybean to fertility of an Oxisol. Journal of Plant Nutrition 20: 1279–1289.

Fageria, N.K., Baligar, V.C., 2001. Improving nutrient use efficiency of annual crops in Brazilian acid soils for sustainable crop production. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 32: 1303–1319.

Faye, I., Diouf, O., Guissé, A., Sène, M., Diallo, N. 2006. Characterizing root responses to low phosphorus in pearl millet [Pennisetum glaucum (L.) R. Br.]. Agronmy  Journal 98:1187–1194.

Feder, J., 1973. The phosphatases. In: Environmental Phosphorus Handbook. Griffith, E.J. Beeton, A. Spencer, J.M. Mitchell, D.T., (Eds). John Wiley & Sons. New York, USA. pp. 475–508.

Ginzburg, K.E., 1981. Phosphorus in the of the USSR. Nauka, Moscow. 242p. [in Russian].

Ginzburg, K.E., Lebedeva, L.S., 1971. Determination of mineral phosphorus compounds in soils. Agrohimiya 1: 25–34. [in Russian].

GOST 26205-91. Soils. Determination of mobile compounds of phosphorus and potassium by Machigin method modified by CINAO. Available at [Access date: 11.02.2021]: https://gostexpert.ru/gost/getDoc/38501

Greenland, D.J., Oades, J.M., Sherwin. T.W., 1968. Electron-microscope observations of iron oxides in some red soils. European Journal of Soil Science 19: 123–126.

Griffin, R.A. Jurinak, J.J., 1973.  The interaction of phosphate with calcite. Soil Science Society of America Journal 37: 847–850.

Gunarto, L., Yahya, M., Supadmo, H., Buntan, A., 1985. Response of corn to NPK fertilization grown in a Latosol in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 16(11): 1179-1188.

Gülser, C., Zharlygasov, Z., Kızılkaya, R., Kalimov, N., Akça, I., Zharlygasov, Z., 2019. The effect of NPK foliar fertilization on yield and macronutrient content of grain in wheat under Kostanai-Kazakhstan conditions. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 8(3): 275-281.

Hedley, M.J., Stewart, J.W.B., Chauhan, B.S., 1982. Changes in inorganic and organic soil phosphorus fractions induced by cultivation practices and by laboratory incubations. Soil Science Society of America Journal 46: 970–976.

Higgs, B., Johnston, A.E., Salter, J.L., Dawson, C.J., 2000. Some aspects of achieving sustainable phosphorus use in agriculture. Journal of Environmental Quality 29:80–87.

Hinsinger, P., 2001. Bioavailability of soil inorganic P in the rhizosphere as a_ected by root-induced chemical changes: A review. Plant and Soil 237: 173–195.

Holford, I.C.R., Mattingly, G.E.G.,  1975. Phosphate sorption by jurassic oolitic limestones. Geoderma 13: 257–264.

Khiari, L., Parent, L.E., 2005. Phosphorus transformations in acid light-textured soils treated with dry swine manure, Canadian Journal of Soil Science 85: 75–87.

Kızılkaya, R., Bayraklı, F., Sürücü, A., 2007. Relationships between phosphatase activity and phosphorus fractions in agricultural soils. International Journal of Soil Science 2(2): 107-118.

Ko, W.H., Hora, F.K., 1970. Production of phospholipases by soil microorganisms. Soil Science 10: 355-358.

Laboski, C.A.M., Lamb, J.A., 2004. Impact of manure application on soil phosphorus sorption characteristics and subsequent water quality implications. Soil Science 169: 440–448.

Mao, X., Xu, X., Lu, K., Gielen, G., Luo, J., He, L., Donnison, A., Xu, Z., Xu, J., Yang, W., Song, Z., Wang, H., 2015. Effect of 17 years of organic and inorganic fertilizer applications on soil phosphorus dynamics in a rice–wheat rotation cropping system in eastern China. Journal of Soils and Sediments 15: 1889–1899.

Meason, D.F., Idol, T.W., Friday, J.B., Scowcroft, P.G., 2009. Effects of fertilisation on phosphorus pools in the volcanic soil of a managed tropical forest. Forest Ecology and Management 258: 2199–2206.

Omotoso, T.I., Wild, A., 1970.  Content of inositol phosphates in some English and Nigerian soils. European Journal of Soil Science  21: 216-223.

Porter, P.S., Sanchez. C.A., 1992. The effect of soil properties on phosphorus sorption by Everglades Histosols. Soil Science  154: 387–398.

Rashid, A., Awan, Z.I., Ryan, J., 2005. Diagnosing phosphorus deficiency in spring wheat by plant analysis: proposed critical concentration ranges. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 36: 609–622.

Saparov, A., 2014. Soil Resources of the Republic of Kazakhstan: Current Status, Problems and Solutions. In: Novel Measurement and Assessment Tools for Monitoring and Management of Land and Water Resources in Agricultural Landscapes of Central Asia. Mueller, L., Saparov, A., Lischeid, G. (Eds.). Environmental Science and Engineering. Springer, Cham. pp. 61-73.

Shen, M.J., Rich. C.I., 1962. Aluminum fixation in montmorillonite. Soil Science Society of America Journal 26: 33–36,

Shukla, S.S., Syers J.K., Williams, J.D.H., Armstrong, D.E., Harris. R.F., 1971. Sorption of inorganic phosphate by lake sediments. Soil Science Society of America Journal 35: 244–249.

Solis, P., Torrent, J., 1989. Phosphate fractions in calcareous Vertisols and Inceptisols of Spain. Soil Science Society of America Journal 53: 462–466.

Suleimenova, N., Makhamedova, B., Orynbasarova, G., Kalykov, D., Yertayeva, Z., 2019. Impact of resource conserving technologies (RCT) on soil physical properties and rapeseed (Brassica napus L.) yield in irrigated agriculture areas of the south-eastern Kazakhstan. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 8(1): 83–93.

Wang, J., Liu, W.Z., Mu, H.F., Dang, T.H., 2010. Inorganic phosphorus fractions and phosphorus availability in a calcareous soil receiving 21-year superphosphate application. Pedosphere 20(3): 304-310.

Williams, E.G., Scott, N.M., McDonalds, M.J.,  1958. Soil properties and phosphate sorption. Journal ofthe Science of Food and  Agriculture 9: 551–559.

Yang, J.E., Jacobsen, J.S., 1990.Soil ınorganic phosphorus fractions and their uptake relationships in calcareous soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 54(6): 1666-1669.

Yertayeva, Z., Kızılkaya, R., Kaldybayev, S., Seitkali N., Abdraimova, N., Zhamangarayeva, A., 2019. Changes in biological soil quality indicators under saline soil condition after amelioration with alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) cultivation in meadow Solonchak. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science 8(3): 189–195.

Yertayeva, Z., Kaldybaev, S., Beketova, A., 2018. The scientific basis of changes in the composition and properties of meadow saline soil of the foothill plains of the ili alatau during a long postmeliorative period. Ecology, Environment and Conservation 24(2): 715–720.

Yousaf, M., Li, J., Lu, J., Ren, T., Cong, R., Fahad, S., Li, X., 2017. Effects of fertilization on crop production and nutrient-supplying capacity under rice-oilseed rape rotation system. Scientific Reports 7: 1270.

Zhang, M.K., He, Z.L., Calvert, D.V., Stoffella, P.J., Yang, X.E., Li, Y.C., 2003. Phosphorus and heavy metal attachment and release in sandy soil aggregate fractions. Soil Science Society of America Journal 67: 1158–1167.



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