Influence of soil parameters on the effect of 3,4-dimethylpyrazole-phosphate as a nitrification inhibitor View Full Text


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2001-08

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G. Barth, S. von Tucher, U. Schmidhalter

ABSTRACT

Nitrification inhibitors specifically retard the oxidation of NH4+ to NO2– during the nitrification process in soil. In this study, the influence of soil properties on the nitrification-inhibiting effect of 3,4-dimethylpyrazole-phosphate (DMPP), a newly developed nitrification inhibitor, has been investigated. Based on short-term incubation experiments, where the degradation of DMPP could be largely disregarded, the oxidation of the applied NH4+ was more inhibited in sandy soils compared with loamy soils. The influence of soil parameters on the relative NO2– formation could be described by a multiple regression model including the sand fraction, soil H+ concentration and soil catalase activity (R2=0.62). Adsorption studies showed that the binding behaviour of DMPP was influenced markedly by soil textural properties, viz. the clay fraction (r2=0.61). The adsorption of DMPP was found to be an important factor for the inhibitory effect on NH4+ oxidation in a short-term incubation (r2=0.57). It is concluded that the evaluated soil properties can be used to predict the short-term inhibitory effect of DMPP in different soils. The significance of these results for long-term experiments under laboratory and field conditions needs further investigation. More... »

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98-102

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s003740100382

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