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A talajok aggregátum-stabilitásának ismerete kulcsfontosságú a talajtermékenység fenntartásának és növelésének hatékony kivitelezése, valamint a talajok védelme szempontjából.

A talajaggregátumok kialakulása és végső soron a stabilitása is jórészt a szerves anyagok mennyiségének és minőségének függvénye. Találunk közöttük állandó, cementáló jellegű anyagokat, ill. átmeneti jellegű kötőanyagokat is. Mivel a talajok különböző mértékben tartalmazzák ezen anyagokat, és azok különböző ideig hatnak az aggregátumok szerkezetének stabilitására, indokolt lehet különböző szervesanyag-kiegészítésű hosszú távú tartamkísérletek mintázása az aggregátum-stabilitás értékek meghatározására.A tartamkísérletek bázisán már korábban is végeztünk a talaj agronómiai szerkezetére és szerkezeti stabilitásra irányuló vizsgálatokat. Ezekre alapozottan új tartamkísérleti parcellák vizsgálatával folytattuk aggregátum stabilitás vizsgálatainkat a növekvő adagú műtrágyázás és a különböző formájú szerves anyag visszapótlású kezelésekben.

Vizsgálatainkban a vízálló aggregátumok százalékos arányát határoztuk meg (Water-stable aggregates, WSA) egy Eijkelkamp (Hollandia) nedves szita segítségével. Vizsgálatainkhoz az 1–2 mm közötti talajfrakciót használtuk. A méréseket 250 mikronos szitákon végeztük.

A mintavétel után két héttel végzett vizsgálatok eredményeiből megállapítottuk, hogy a szervestrágya-kiegészítések közül a szár+zöldtrágya leszántás adta a legnagyobb stabilitás értéket. A N-adagok közül pedig a 140 kg·ha−1 kezelésben mértük a legnagyobb értéket. Utóbbi szignifikánsan nagyobbnak bizonyult minden más N-kezelésénél. A kombinációs hatások vizsgálatánál a szárleszántásos változat 140 kg·ha−1-os nitrogénadag melletti stabilitás értéke több mint kétszerese volt a nem szervestrágya-kiegészítésű kontroll N-parcellákénak.

A mintavétel után három hónappal végzett stabilitásvizsgálat eredményei alap-ján a trágyázási változatok makroaggregátum-stabilitás értékei kiegyenlítődtek. Az N-adagok hatását vizsgálva azonban a korábban legnagyobb stabilitású 140 kg·ha−1-os N-kezelés adta a legkisebb értéket. A két időpont eredményeit összehasonlítva megállapítható, hogy a stabilitás értékek minden trágyázási változatban és a 140·kg ha−1-os N-adag kivételével minden N-kezelésben jelentősen növekedtek.

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