Use of gypsum, phosphogypsum and fluoride to ameliorate subsurface acidity in a pasture soil View Full Text


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DATE

1991

AUTHORS

G. Keerthisinghe , M. J. McLaughlin , J. R. Freney

ABSTRACT

Subsurface soil acidity poses a major limitation to productivity of legume-based pastures in southern Australia. A pot experiment was undertaken to study the effectiveness of various surface-applied materials (gypsum-G, phosphogypsum-PG and fluoride-F) as améliorants of subsurface acidity. The surface stratum (0–40 mm) of the pasture soil studied, which had been limed recently to pH 5.4 (0.01 M CaCl2), overlay the subsurface stratum (40–100 mm) of pH 4.2. Three rates of each material were applied to the soil surface in factorial combination with three rates of P. Trifolium subterraneum cv. Woogenellup (subterranean clover) was grown in the pots for 80 days. Dry weights of plant shoots and subsurface roots were increased significantly (P < 0.001) by P treatments, and there was a significant interaction between rate of P applied and type of ameliorant applied. In the absence of P fertilizer, plants treated with PG had the greatest dry matter yields. In the presence of P fertilizer, G and PG had no effect on dry matter yields. Fluoride significantly increased both root and shoot yields at the highest rate of fertilizer P. Concentrations of Al and F in soil leachates were not affected by topdressed P fertilizer or G treatments but were significantly increased by PG and F treatments. Surface and subsurface soil pH values were not affected by any treatment. Amounts of Al extracted by 0.01 M CaCl2 from surface and subsurface soil were unaffected by P and G treatments, but were significantly increased by PG and F treatments. With increasing rate of fluoride application, the amounts of F bound by Al increased dramatically in both surface and subsurface soil strata. The ameliorating effect of surface applied F on subsurface acidity appears to be due to the formation of non-phytotoxic Al-F complexes in the subsurface layer. However, application of F significantly increased the F content of the plant shoots. The results show that subsurface acidity can be ameliorated by small applications of NaF to the soil surface, but the increased F uptake may cause health problems for grazing livestock. More... »

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509-517

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Plant-Soil Interactions at Low pH

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978-94-010-5520-8
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