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Yield and Environmental Effects of Summer Pig Slurry Applications to Irrigated Alfalfa under Mediterranean Conditions

Autor Salmerón Cortasa, Montserrat ; Cavero Campo, José ; Delgado Enguita, Ignacio; Isla Climente, Ramón
Fecha de publicación mar-2010
EditorAmerican Society of Agronomy
Citación Salmerón M, Cavero J, Delgado I, Isla R. Yield and Environmental Effects of Summer Pig Slurry Applications to Irrigated Alfalfa under Mediterranean Conditions. Agronomy Journal 102: 559-567 (2010)
ResumenIn the Ebro Valley (Spain), the intensive pig (Sus scrofa) production combined with a limited nearby cereal growing area for spreading pig slurry residue is leading more farmers to apply slurry to alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.). The effects of summer pig slurry applications on irrigated alfalfa yield and the environment have not been adequately established. An experiment was conducted in 12 drainage lysimeters in 2007 and 2008, where two rates of pig slurry (low (LD), 140 kg N ha–1 yr–1; high (HD) 340 kg N ha–1 yr–1) were compared to a P-K fertilized control. Application of pig slurry did not affect accumulated forage yield after 2 yr (37.3 Mg ha–1). Forage N concentration and total N extractions (1214 kg ha–1) were similar for all treatments, revealing a high flexibility of the crop to adjust symbiotic N fixation depending on mineral N availability. The NO3––N and P concentrations and loads in drainage were very low (< 2 kg N ha–1 yr–1 and 0.035 kg P ha–1 yr–1) and not affected by the pig slurry applications. Soil P in the surface layer (0–0.3 m) increased by a 19% as a result of both pig slurry and P fertilization. Application of pig slurry did not significantly increase the Zn and Cu content of the soil. These results indicate the feasibility of moderate pig slurry applications to growing alfalfa in the Ebro Valley, which will improve the management of this residue.
Descripción 9 Pag., 7 Fig., 4 Tabl.
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.2134/agronj2009.0363
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10261/23208
DOI10.2134/agronj2009.0363
ISSN0002-1962 (Print)
1435-0645 (Online)
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