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Influence of fertilization systems to the soil inorganic compounds. Case study: monocul-tures of cereals, leguminous and oleaginous

Paper Topic: 
Soil and groundwater contamination and remediation

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275 - 279

Corresponing Author: 
Emilian Mosnegutu
Chitimus A. D., Nedeff V., Muscalu (Plescan) O., Mosnegutu E., Barsan N., Panainte-Lehadus M., Tomozei C.
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The main objective of this article is to observe the variation of the content of inorganic compounds in the soil (cobalt, selenium, barium) under the influence of fertilization systems applied to different monocultures of cereals (wheat, corn), leguminous (peas) and oleaginous (sunflower). High concentrations of cobalt, selenium and barium with phytotoxicity effect on the soil and future crops were recorded mainly in the experimental parcels cultivated with corn, respectively with sunflower and fertilized with farmyard manure. The highest phytotoxicity effect on soil and future crop was recorded in the case of cobalt, for the experimental monoculture variant of corn fertilized with farmyard manure where the cobalt concentration in the soil exceeded the alert threshold / sensitive use (AT/SU) for inorganic compounds in the soil (51.2 mg/kg d.m.).

inorganic compounds, fertilization systems, monoculture