Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 11, Issue 1, Jan 2022, Pages 86-92
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.996621
Stable URL: http://ejss.fess.org/10.18393/ejss.996621
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Morphophysiological response of young Frantoio olive tree under different fertilizer types in sierozem with surface drip irrigation

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Alimbekova,N., Issabekov,B., Orazbayev,S., Yertayeva,Z., Yessengeldiyeva,L., 2022. Morphophysiological response of young Frantoio olive tree under different fertilizer types in sierozem with surface drip irrigation. Eurasian J Soil Sci 11(1):86-92. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.996621
Alimbekova,N.,Issabekov,B.Orazbayev,S.Yertayeva,Z.,& Yessengeldiyeva,L. Morphophysiological response of young Frantoio olive tree under different fertilizer types in sierozem with surface drip irrigation Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 11(1):86-92. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.996621
Alimbekova,N.,Issabekov,B.Orazbayev,S.Yertayeva,Z., and ,Yessengeldiyeva,L."Morphophysiological response of young Frantoio olive tree under different fertilizer types in sierozem with surface drip irrigation" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 11.1 (2022):86-92. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.996621
Alimbekova,N.,Issabekov,B.Orazbayev,S.Yertayeva,Z., and ,Yessengeldiyeva,L. "Morphophysiological response of young Frantoio olive tree under different fertilizer types in sierozem with surface drip irrigation" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,11(Jan 2022):86-92 DOI : 10.18393/ejss.996621
N,Alimbekova.B,Issabekov.S,Orazbayev.Z,Yertayeva.L,Yessengeldiyeva "Morphophysiological response of young Frantoio olive tree under different fertilizer types in sierozem with surface drip irrigation" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol.11, no.1, pp.86-92 (Jan 2022), DOI : 10.18393/ejss.996621
Alimbekova,Nurgul ;Issabekov,Baisserik ;Orazbayev,Serik ;Yertayeva,Zhainagul ;Yessengeldiyeva,Laura Morphophysiological response of young Frantoio olive tree under different fertilizer types in sierozem with surface drip irrigation. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, (2022),11.1:86-92. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.996621

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Alimbekova, N., Issabekov, B., Orazbayev, S., Yertayeva, Z., Yessengeldiyeva, L., 2022. Morphophysiological response of young Frantoio olive tree under different fertilizer types in sierozem with surface drip irrigation. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 11(1): 86-92. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.996621

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Nurgul Alimbekova , Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, 050010, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Baisserik Issabekov , M. Auezov South Kazakhstan State University, Shymkent, Kazakhstan
Serik Orazbayev , Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, 050010, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Zhainagul Yertayeva , Kazakh National Agrarian Research University, 050010, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Laura Yessengeldiyeva , M. Auezov South Kazakhstan State University, Shymkent, Kazakhstan

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Article first published online : 17 Sep 2021
Manuscript Accepted : 15 Sep 2021
Manuscript Received: 21 May 2021
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.996621
Stable URL: http://ejss.fesss.org/10.18393/ejss.996621

Abstract

The amount of yield and adaptation of a cultivar to a new environment is strongly related to nutrient uptake ability. This study was carried out during 2019, 2020 and 2021 seasons to investigate the effect of different forms of chemical compose 20.20.20 fertilization alone or incombination with other fertilizers on morphological plant parameters (number of leaves per shoot, stem length and stem thickness) and leaf nutrient contents (N, P, K and Mg) of young Frantoio olive tree grown in Turkestan region, South Kazakhstan. The study was conducted on 1 years old olive trees of Frantoio in sierozem, under surface drip irrigation, system and uniform in shape and received the common horticultural practices. It was determined that fertilizer treatments significantly influenced number of morphological plant parameters and leaf plant nutrients compared to control treatments at all seasons. Results revealed that all fertilizers as well as the combination between 20.20.20 and Biohumus treatment and/or Nitroammophos treatment significantly increased morphological plant parameters and nutrient contents of young Frantoio olive trees. It can be concluded that the variation in the nutrient uptake ability may be used as a criterion for adaptation of a variety to a new ecological environment.

Keywords

Olive tree, fertilizer, drip irrigation, soil, sierozem.

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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.

Arenas-Castro, S., Gonçalves, J.F., Moreno, M., Villar, R., 2020. Projected climate changes are expected to decrease the suitability and production of olive varieties in southern Spain. Science of The Total Environment 709: 136161.

Beketova, A.K., Kaldybaev, S., Yertayeva, Z., 2017. Changes in the composition and properties of meadow solonchaks of the ili alatau foothill plain in the republic of Kazakhstan during a long postmeliorative period. OnLine Journal of Biological Sciences 17(4): 290–298.

Bilalis, D., Krokida, M., Roussis, I., Papastylianou, P., Travlos, I., Cheimona, N., Dede, A., 2018. Effects of organic and inorganic fertilization on yield and quality of processing tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.). Folia Horticulturae 30(2): 321-332.

Christos, A.C., Ioannis, N.T., Athanassios, N.M., 2005. Seasonal variation of nutritional status of olive plants as affected by boron concentration in nutrient solution. Journal of Plant Nutrition 28: 309–321.

Connor, D.J., 2005. Adaptation of olive (Olea europaea L.) to water-limited environments. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 56(11): 1181–1189.

Dimassi, K., Therios, I., Passalis, A., 1999. Genotypic effect on leaf mineral levels of 17 olive cultivars grown in Greece. Acta Horticulturae 474: 345–348.

Fernández J.E., Moreno, F., 1999. Water use by the olive tree. Journal of Crop Production 2(2):101–162.

Fraga, H., Moriondo, M., Leolini, L., Santos, J.A. 2021. Mediterranean olive orchards under climate change: A review of future ımpacts and adaptation strategies. Agronomy 11(1): 56.

Gucci, R., Lodolini, E.M., Rapoport, H.F., 2009. Water deficit-induced changes in mesocarp cellular processes and the relationship between mesocarp and endocarp during olive fruit development. Tree Physiology 29(12):1575–1585.

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.

Jalankuzov, T., Suleimenov, B., Busscher, W.J., Stone, K.C., Bauer, P.J., 2013. Irrigated cotton grown on sierozem soils in South Kazakhstan. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 44(22): 3391-3399.

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

Jordao, P.V., Marcelo, M.E., Centeno, M.S.L., 1999. Effect of cultivar on leaf-mineral composition of olive tree. Acta Horticulturae 474: 349–352.

Langgut, D., Cheddadi, R., Carrión, J.S., Cavanagh, M., Colombaroli, D., Eastwood, W.J., Greenberg, R., Litt, T., Mercuri, A.M., Miebach, A., Roberts, C.N., Woldring, H., Woodbridge, J., 2019. The origin and spread of olive cultivation in the Mediterranean Basin: The fossil pollen evidence. The Holocene 29: 902–922.

Liu, Q., Lan, Y., Tan, F., Tu, Y., Sun, Y., Yougu, G., Yang, Z., Ding, C., Li, T., 2019. Drip Irrigation Elevated Olive Productivity in Southwest China. HortTechnology 29(2): 122-127.

Loupassaki, M.H., Chartzoulakis, K.S., Digalaki, N.B., Androulakis, I., 2002. Effects of salt stress on concentration of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and sodium in leaves, shoots, and roots of six olive cultivars. Journal of Plant Nutrition 25: 2457–2482.

Masmoudi-Charfi, C., Mechlia, N.B., 2008. Changes in olive tree height growth during the first years of cultivation. Advances in Horticultural Science 22(1): 8–12.

Osman, S.M., 2010. Effect of mineral, bio-NPK soil application of young olive trees and foliar fertilization on leaf and shoot chemical composition. Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences 6(3): 311-318

Proietti, P., Antognozzi, E., 1996. Effect of irrigation on fruit quality of table olives (Olea europaea), cultivar ‘Ascolana tenera’. New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural Science 24:175–181.

Sanz-Cortes, F., Martınez-Calvo, J., Badenes, M.L., Bleiholder, H., Hack, H., Llacer, G., Meier, U., 2015. Phenological growth stages of olive trees (Olea euro-paea). Annals of Applied Biology 140:151–157.

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.

Shehu, H.E., 2014. Uptake and agronomic efficiencies of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in sesame (Sesamum indicum L.). American Journal of Plant Nutrition and Fertilization Technology 4: 41-56.

Shokparova, D.K., Issanova, G.T., 2013. Degradation of sierozem soils in the Ile Alatau Foothils. World Applied Sciences Journal 26(7): 979-986

Sofo, A., Manfreda, S., Fiorentino, M., Dichio, B., Xiloyannis, C., 2008. The olive tree: A paradigm for drought tolerance in Mediterranean climates. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 4: 2811–2835.

USDA, 1999. Soil Taxonomy. A Basic System of Soil Classification for Making and Interpreting Soil Surveys. United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Agriculture Handbook Number 436. 886p. Available at [access date:21.05.2021]: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/nrcs142p2_051232.pdf

Wang, X., Xing, Y., 2017. Evaluation of the effects of irrigation and fertilization on tomato fruit yield and quality: a principal component analysis. Scientific Reports 7, 350.

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.

Abstract

The amount of yield and adaptation of a cultivar to a new environment is strongly related to nutrient uptake ability. This study was carried out during 2019, 2020 and 2021 seasons to investigate the effect of different forms of chemical compose 20.20.20 fertilization alone or incombination with other fertilizers on morphological plant parameters (number of leaves per shoot, stem length and stem thickness) and leaf nutrient contents (N, P, K and Mg) of young Frantoio olive tree grown in Turkestan region, South Kazakhstan. The study was conducted on 1 years old olive trees of Frantoio in sierozem, under surface drip irrigation, system and uniform in shape and received the common horticultural practices. It was determined that fertilizer treatments significantly influenced number of morphological plant parameters and leaf plant nutrients compared to control treatments at all seasons. Results revealed that all fertilizers as well as the combination between 20.20.20 and Biohumus treatment and/or Nitroammophos treatment significantly increased morphological plant parameters and nutrient contents of young Frantoio olive trees. It can be concluded that the variation in the nutrient uptake ability may be used as a criterion for adaptation of a variety to a new ecological environment.

Keywords: Olive tree, fertilizer, drip irrigation, soil, sierozem.

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.

Arenas-Castro, S., Gonçalves, J.F., Moreno, M., Villar, R., 2020. Projected climate changes are expected to decrease the suitability and production of olive varieties in southern Spain. Science of The Total Environment 709: 136161.

Beketova, A.K., Kaldybaev, S., Yertayeva, Z., 2017. Changes in the composition and properties of meadow solonchaks of the ili alatau foothill plain in the republic of Kazakhstan during a long postmeliorative period. OnLine Journal of Biological Sciences 17(4): 290–298.

Bilalis, D., Krokida, M., Roussis, I., Papastylianou, P., Travlos, I., Cheimona, N., Dede, A., 2018. Effects of organic and inorganic fertilization on yield and quality of processing tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.). Folia Horticulturae 30(2): 321-332.

Christos, A.C., Ioannis, N.T., Athanassios, N.M., 2005. Seasonal variation of nutritional status of olive plants as affected by boron concentration in nutrient solution. Journal of Plant Nutrition 28: 309–321.

Connor, D.J., 2005. Adaptation of olive (Olea europaea L.) to water-limited environments. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 56(11): 1181–1189.

Dimassi, K., Therios, I., Passalis, A., 1999. Genotypic effect on leaf mineral levels of 17 olive cultivars grown in Greece. Acta Horticulturae 474: 345–348.

Fernández J.E., Moreno, F., 1999. Water use by the olive tree. Journal of Crop Production 2(2):101–162.

Fraga, H., Moriondo, M., Leolini, L., Santos, J.A. 2021. Mediterranean olive orchards under climate change: A review of future ımpacts and adaptation strategies. Agronomy 11(1): 56.

Gucci, R., Lodolini, E.M., Rapoport, H.F., 2009. Water deficit-induced changes in mesocarp cellular processes and the relationship between mesocarp and endocarp during olive fruit development. Tree Physiology 29(12):1575–1585.

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.

Jalankuzov, T., Suleimenov, B., Busscher, W.J., Stone, K.C., Bauer, P.J., 2013. Irrigated cotton grown on sierozem soils in South Kazakhstan. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 44(22): 3391-3399.

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

Jordao, P.V., Marcelo, M.E., Centeno, M.S.L., 1999. Effect of cultivar on leaf-mineral composition of olive tree. Acta Horticulturae 474: 349–352.

Langgut, D., Cheddadi, R., Carrión, J.S., Cavanagh, M., Colombaroli, D., Eastwood, W.J., Greenberg, R., Litt, T., Mercuri, A.M., Miebach, A., Roberts, C.N., Woldring, H., Woodbridge, J., 2019. The origin and spread of olive cultivation in the Mediterranean Basin: The fossil pollen evidence. The Holocene 29: 902–922.

Liu, Q., Lan, Y., Tan, F., Tu, Y., Sun, Y., Yougu, G., Yang, Z., Ding, C., Li, T., 2019. Drip Irrigation Elevated Olive Productivity in Southwest China. HortTechnology 29(2): 122-127.

Loupassaki, M.H., Chartzoulakis, K.S., Digalaki, N.B., Androulakis, I., 2002. Effects of salt stress on concentration of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and sodium in leaves, shoots, and roots of six olive cultivars. Journal of Plant Nutrition 25: 2457–2482.

Masmoudi-Charfi, C., Mechlia, N.B., 2008. Changes in olive tree height growth during the first years of cultivation. Advances in Horticultural Science 22(1): 8–12.

Osman, S.M., 2010. Effect of mineral, bio-NPK soil application of young olive trees and foliar fertilization on leaf and shoot chemical composition. Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences 6(3): 311-318

Proietti, P., Antognozzi, E., 1996. Effect of irrigation on fruit quality of table olives (Olea europaea), cultivar ‘Ascolana tenera’. New Zealand Journal of Crop and Horticultural Science 24:175–181.

Sanz-Cortes, F., Martınez-Calvo, J., Badenes, M.L., Bleiholder, H., Hack, H., Llacer, G., Meier, U., 2015. Phenological growth stages of olive trees (Olea euro-paea). Annals of Applied Biology 140:151–157.

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.

Shehu, H.E., 2014. Uptake and agronomic efficiencies of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in sesame (Sesamum indicum L.). American Journal of Plant Nutrition and Fertilization Technology 4: 41-56.

Shokparova, D.K., Issanova, G.T., 2013. Degradation of sierozem soils in the Ile Alatau Foothils. World Applied Sciences Journal 26(7): 979-986

Sofo, A., Manfreda, S., Fiorentino, M., Dichio, B., Xiloyannis, C., 2008. The olive tree: A paradigm for drought tolerance in Mediterranean climates. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 4: 2811–2835.

USDA, 1999. Soil Taxonomy. A Basic System of Soil Classification for Making and Interpreting Soil Surveys. United States Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Agriculture Handbook Number 436. 886p. Available at [access date:21.05.2021]: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/nrcs142p2_051232.pdf

Wang, X., Xing, Y., 2017. Evaluation of the effects of irrigation and fertilization on tomato fruit yield and quality: a principal component analysis. Scientific Reports 7, 350.

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.



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