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Applied and Environmental Soil Science - Volume 2016 2016, Article ID 2013463, 13 pages -

Research Article

Institute of Soil and Fertilizer, Fujian Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Fuzhou 350013, China

Tobacco and Agricultural Research Institute, Fujian Municipal Tobacco Company, Fuzhou 350003, China

Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, VIC 3010, Australia

Received 7 March 2016; Accepted 17 April 2016

Academic Editor: Marco Trevisan

Copyright © 2016 H. Ding et al. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.


A novel gel-based slow-controlled release fertilizer G-CRF was developed, which was produced by combining various natural, seminatural, and-or synthetic organic macromolecule materials and natural inorganic mineral with conventional NPK fertilizers. Its nutrient release characteristics were studied to compare with conventional fertilizers through the soil column leaching method. The influences of soil factors, including temperature, pH, water, and nutrient contents in the G-CRF on nutrient release, were also investigated through soil-water incubation method. These results indicated that the G-CRF had better effect on controlling release of N, P, and K nutrients, and the effect was more efficient when soil-water content was lower than 45% w-w, temperature was below 35°C, and soil pH was in the range from weak acid to neutral. In addition, considering the effect of controlling nutrient release and cost of the materials in the G-CRF, it is recommended that the most feasible NPK nutrient contents in the G-CRF ranged from 30 to 35%.

Autor: H. Ding, Y. S. Zhang, W. H. Li, X. Z. Zheng, M. K. Wang, L. N. Tang, and D. L. Chen



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