Beet rotations of Russian Central Chernozem Zone LTE

This experiment has been added by the GLTEN Curators using existing published sources.
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Organization
All-Russian Research Institute of Sugar and Sugar Beet
research organisation
People

Site: Experiment site

Type
research station field
Location
Aydarovskoye
Voronezh Oblast
Russia
Geographic location
51.923056, 39.2625
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Visits permitted?
No
Soil type
chernozem
Soil description
The soil is leached chernozem (Luvic Chernozem), low-humus, medium-deep, heavy loamy. The plough layer (0-20 cm) has a silty clay loam texture.
Soil properties
VariableDepthValue (range)UnitsRef yearEstimated?Baseline?
sand content0 – 20 Centimetres8.1 Percent
silt content0 – 20 Centimetres58.6 Percent
clay content0 – 20 Centimetres33.3 Percent
soil pH (5.05 – 5.24) 2013
plant available phosphorous (106 – 188) milligram per kilogram
Climatic type
temperate humid continental climate

Design period: (1936—)

Description
The experiments uses a nine-crop rotation
Crops
CropYears grown
winter wheat
fallow
sugarbeet
barley
peas
oats
clover
Crop Rotation
main rotation
  • 1
    fallow
    weed free
  • 2
    winter wheat
  • 3
    sugarbeet
  • 4
    barley
  • 5
    clover
  • 6
    winter wheat
  • 7
    sugarbeet
  • 8
    peas
    + oats as annual herbs
  • 9
    oats
Factors
Factor name
Factor levels
NPK fertilizer exposure
Note, the Minakova paper indicates all nutrients are applied at the dame rate for each factor level, while the Husniev paper indicates P is applied at a higher rate (multiple of 60 instead of 45).
NPK0  (0 )
NPK45
N, P and K all at 45 kg nutrient -ha
NPK90
N, P and K all at 90 kg nutrient -ha
NPK135
N, P and K all at 135 kg nutrient -ha
farmyard manure exposure
FYM0  (0 )
FYM25  (25 t/ha)
Applied to crop: fallow
FYM50  (50 t/ha)
Applied to crop: fallow
Factor combinations
Control
No fertilizer inputs
NPK fertilizer exposure: NPK0
farmyard manure exposure: FYM0
NPK45+FYM25
NPK fertilizer exposure: NPK45
farmyard manure exposure: FYM25
NPK90+FYM45
NPK fertilizer exposure: NPK90
farmyard manure exposure: FYM25
NPK135+FYM25
NPK fertilizer exposure: NPK135
farmyard manure exposure: FYM25
NPK45+FYM50
NPK fertilizer exposure: NPK45
farmyard manure exposure: FYM50

Related publications

  • Minakova, O.A., Alexandrova, L.V. & Podvigina, T.N. Yield of Crops and Productivity of Grain-Beet Crop Rotation in Russia’s Central Black-Earth Region with Long-Term Application of Fertilizers. Russ. Agricult. Sci. 46, 6–10 (2020).
  • Husniev, I.; Romanenkov, V.; Minakova, O.; Krasilnikov, P. Modelling and Prediction of Organic Carbon Dynamics in Arable Soils Based on a 62-Year Field Experiment in the Voronezh Region, European Russia. Agronomy 2020, 10, 1607.
  • Minakova, O.A., Aleksandrova, L.V. Change in the fertility of leached chernozem and crop productivity in a cereal-sugar beet rotation in the Central Chernozem region during long-term use of fertilizers. Russ. Agricult. Sci. 34, 179–182 (2008).