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2014, vol. 38, iss. 1, pp. 59-68
Effect of direct and residual fertilization with organic and mineral fertilizers on tomato yield
University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Agriculture
Project:
Development of new technologies for modern and sustainable production of vegetables (MESTD - 31036)

Keywords: organic and mineral fertilzers; mineral nitrogen; tomato yield
Abstract
Based on the monitoring of direct and residual effects of the applied fertilizers to the dynamic of soil NO3-N and tomato yield in greenhouse experiments, the following conclusions can be carried out: Measured amounts of NO3-N in the identical systems and fertilizer treatments and sampling times were significantly higher in the experiment in which fertilizers were applied directly under tomatoes in comparison to the experiment with the residual effect of fertilization. In the experiment with residual effects of fertilization, no correlation was found between the measured amounts of soil NO3-N before planting time and tomato yield. In the same experiment at later sampling times during growing season, high correlation was found between soil NO3-N and tomato yield. In the experiment with direct fertilization under tomato a high correlation was found between soil NO3-N and the yield at all sampling times. Use of LSD test showed that there were no statistically significant interactions between fertilizer systems and treatments, while statistically significant increase of tomato yield was influenced by fertilization treatments. Significantly higher tomato yield in direct fertilization nd fertilization under previous crop were achieved in treatment by composted pig manure and mineral fertilizer in relation to other fertilization treatments and control.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Original Scientific Paper
DOI: 10.5937/lnrpfns1401059B
published in SCIndeks: 06/07/2015