Surface application of lime and phosphogypsum in a tropical no-tillage system

Local identifier
Amendments
Years operational
2002—
Objective
To know how phosphogypsum and limestone surface application affects the nutrition and yield of the crops under a no-till system.
Farm operation data?
Sample archive?
Samples available?
 
Data Access Statement
Available to collaborators only
Data license
Don't know
Data policy
Yes (not online)
Organization
São Paulo State University - School of Agriculture
experimental research station
People
Dr Juliano Calonego
principal investigator
Professor
Crop Science
Dr Carlos A C Crusciol
principal investigator
Head of Department
Crop Science
Dr Rogerio Soratto
principal investigator
Associate Professor
Crop Science

Site: Surface application of lime and phosphogypsum in a tropical no-tillage system

Type
research station field
Local code
Site 17
Location
Botucatu
São Paulo
Brazil
Geographic location
-22.85, -48.383333
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Elevation
765 Metres
Visits permitted?
No
Soil type
ferralsol
Soil description
Sandy Clay thermic Typic Haplorthox
Climate description
Cwa dry winter and hot wet summer
Climate properties
VariableTime periodValue (range)Units
air temperature20.3 (15.3 – 26.1) degree Celsius
precipitation (38 – 224) millimeter

Design period: Main period (2002—)

Design Type
Split-plot
Description
upland rice; black oat; common bean; peanut white oat; corn; palisade grass; soybean; grain sorghum; crambe; cowpea Lime x Phosphgypsum pear millet; wheat
Number of plots
32
Number of replicates
4
Number of harvests per year
2
Crops
CropYears grown
rice
oats
beans
peanut
corn
palisade grass
sorghum
crambe
cow peas
wheat
millets

Related publications

  • Changes in Soil Physical Properties and Carbon Protection Mechanisms by Surface Application of Lime in a Tropical No-Tillage System
  • Lime and phosphogypsum impacts on soil organic matter pools in a tropical Oxisol under long-term no-till conditions
  • Impact of Amendments on the Physical Properties of Soil under Tropical Long-Term No Till Conditions