Duengungs-Kombinationsversuch Seehausen (Combination trial)

This experiment has been added by the GLTEN Curators using existing published sources.
Local identifier
F1-70
Years operational
1967—2002
Objective
Effect of organic and mineral fertilization on cultivated plants, soil and the enviroment
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Site: Seehausen

Type
research station field
Location
Seehausen
Leipzig
Germany
Geographic location
51.401875, 12.418927
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Elevation
132 Metres
Visits permitted?
No
Soil type
luvisol
Soil description
Haplic luvisol with silty clay loam texture.
Soil properties
VariableDepthValue (range)UnitsRef yearEstimated?Baseline?
sand content0 – 30 Centimetres44 percent
silt content0 – 30 Centimetres46 Percent
clay content0 – 30 Centimetres10 Percent
soil density0 – 30 Centimetres1.55 gram per cubic centimetre
soil pH0 – 30 Centimetres6.7
soil total carbon0 – 30 Centimetres10.2 gram per kilogram
total soil nitrogen0 – 30 Centimetres0.93 gram per kilogram
plant available phosphorous0 – 30 Centimetres140 milligram per kilogram
Climate properties
VariableTime periodValue (range)Units
precipitation 1967 – 1997 551 millimeter
air temperature 1967 – 1997 9.3 degree Celsius

Design period: (1967—2002)

Design Type
Latin square
Number of plots
64
Number of replicates
4
Number of harvests per year
1
Crops
CropYears grown
potatoes
sugarbeet
winter wheat
winter barley
spring barley
Crop Rotations
P-WW-SB-SpB  1967—1978
  • 1
    potatoes
  • 2
    winter wheat
  • 3
    sugarbeet
  • 4
    spring barley
P-WW-WB-SB-SpB  1979—1998
  • 1
    potatoes
    maize replaced potatoes in 1984
  • 2
    winter wheat
  • 3
    winter barley
  • 4
    sugarbeet
  • 5
    spring barley
Factors
Factor name
Factor levels
nitrogen fertilizer exposure
Applied as mineral N.
N0  (0 )
N50  (50 kgN/ha)
N100  (100 kgN/ha)
N150  (150 kgN/ha)
farmyard manure exposure
Rates aimed to match rates for mineral N fertilizers
FYM-N0  (0 )
FYM-N50  (50 kgN/ha)
Chemical form: cattle manure
FYM-N100  (100 kgN/ha)
Chemical form: cattle manure
FYM-N150  (150 kgN/ha)
Chemical form: cattle manure

Related publications

  • Bonares metadata entry
  • Leithold, G., Hülsbergen, K.-J. and Brock, C. (2015), Organic matter returns to soils must be higher under organic compared to conventional farming. J. Plant Nutr. Soil Sci., 178: 4-12.
  • K.-J. Hülsbergen, B. Feil, S. Biermann, G.-W. Rathke, W.-D. Kalk, W. Diepenbrock, 2001. A method of energy balancing in crop production and its application in a long-term fertilizer trial, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, Volume 86, Issue 3, Pages 303-321,