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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Spatial Variability Of Mo, P, K And Ctc Of Soil Under Different Use And Management Conditions [variabilidade Espacial De Mo, P, K E Ctc Do Solo Sob Diferentes Usos E Manejos]|
De Souza Z.M.
|Abstract:||The study of the spatial variability of the chemical attributes of the soils is particularly important in areas where the soil is submitted to different management. This work was developed in Selvíria (MS) with the objective of evaluating the spatial variability of the organic matter (MO), phosphorus (P), potassium (K) and cation exchange capacity (CEC) in a oxisol under different use and management conditions. The soils were collected in a grid, with regular intervals of 2m, total of 64 points, in the depths of 0,0-0,1m and 0,1-0,2m, in the use and management were: native vegetation (savannah), no-tillage, conventional system and pasture. The system of no-tillage presented significant accumulation of organic matter, phosphorus, potassium and elevation of CEC in relation to the other studied systems, besides the improvement in the chemical conditions of the soil, the organic matter was larger in relation to the natural system. The largest variabilities measured through the variation coefficient, they were observed for the phosphorus and potassium, and the organic matter and CEC presented medium variation coefficient in the different uses and management of the soil.|
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