E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
|Number of page(s)||12|
|Section||Organic Farming and Soil Management|
|Published online||04 December 2020|
Influence of humic preparations on the content of carbohydrates in structural units and their water resistance
Federal State agrarian research center of Rostov, 346735, 1 Institutskaya street, village Rassvet, Aksay district, Rostov region, Russia
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The effect of the combined use of humic preparations and pesticides in various dosages on the quantitative composition of carbohydrates in agronomically valuable soil aggregates was studied. Biologically active humic substances indirectly, through plants and microorganisms, intensify the release of sugars, which play an essential role in the initial stages of the soil aggregates formation. Pesticides have a depressing effect on the soil microflora development, which, in turn, is one of the factors of the agronomically valuable soil structure formation. The introduction of humic preparations reduces the toxic effect of pesticides and reduces seasonal deterioration in the structural state of the soil. It has been shown that the distribution of aggregates according to variants, both in the case of dry sieving and in the case of wet sieving, correlates with the dynamics of the carbohydrate content in soil particles. This tendency is especially perceptible in the variants where pesticides were introduced into the soil together with the humic preparation. The correlation between the distribution of soil aggregates and carbohydrates according to Chaddock’s scale is salient (r = 0.532). The introduction of humic preparations makes it possible to reduce the loss of the agronomically valuable structure even in aftereffect.
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