L28 - Effect of N-fertilization by different organic fertilization - Bad Salzungen

This experiment has been added by the GLTEN Curators using existing published sources.
Objective
To study effects of long-term differentiated mineral-organic fertilization in a crop rotation on the yield, nutrient balance, and soil properties.
Description
One of three experiments established in 1966 at three locations across Germany.
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Organization
Thueringer Landesanstalt fuer Landwirtschaft
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Site: Bad Lauchstadt

Type
research station field
Location
Germany
Geographic location
50.80207, 10.223196
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Visits permitted?
No

Design period: (1966—)

Crops
CropYears grown
winter wheat
sugarbeet
spring barley
potatoes
Crop Rotation
Unnamed
  • 1
    winter wheat
  • 2
    sugarbeet
  • 3
    spring barley
  • 4
    potatoes
Factors
Factor name
Factor levels
nitrogen fertilizer exposure
N1  (0 )
Applied to crop: All crops
No fertilizer applied
N2
Applied to crop: All crops
40 kg N ha-1 to grains; 50 kg N ha-1 to to potatoes; 70 kg N ha-1 to sugar beet
N3
Applied to crop: All crops
80 kg N ha-1 to grains; 100 kg N ha-1 to to potatoes; 140 kg N ha-1 to sugar beet
N4
Applied to crop: All crops
120 kg N ha-1 to grains; 150 kg N ha-1 to to potatoes; 210 kg N ha-1 to sugar beet
N5
Applied to crop: All crops
160 kg N ha-1 to grains; 200 kg N ha-1 to to potatoes; 280 kg N ha-1 to sugar beet
N6
180 kg N ha-1 to grains; 250 kg N ha-1 to to potatoes; 350 kg N ha-1 to sugar beet
natural fertilizer exposure
None
Without organic amendments.
farmyard manure  (20 t/ha)
Application frequency: Every 2nd year
Chemical form: cattle manure
Applied to root crops
straw  (5 t/ha)
Application frequency: Every 2nd year
Chemical form: straw
Applied to root crops

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