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Agronomic Efficiency of Biosolid as Source of Nitrogen to Banana Plants

Table 1

Chemical composition of the municipal biosolid applied to a banana plantation in the city of Pariquera-Açu as source of nitrogen over three crop seasons.

ParameterUnitGrowing seasonParameterUnitGrowing season
200120022003200120022003

Pg kg15.411.68.7OCg kg222.7302.8172.4
Kg kg0.90.81.0pH9.912.712.6
Nag kg0.60.80.4Humidity% (m/m)71.264.362.9
Asmg kg<0.1<0.1<0.1Volatile solids% (m/m)52.543.935.1
Cdmg kg10.31.20.5Kjeldahl-Ng kg32.031.121.5
Pbmg kg83.6115.621.0NH4-Nmg kg1941.5806.7591
Cumg kg139.6115.667.2(NO3 + NO2)-Nmg kg47.142.033.5
Crmg kg43.819.314.5Sg kg7.77.06.74
Hgmg kgNDNDNDMnmg kg778.5539.4342.8
Momg kgNDNDNDFeg kg106.450.954.7
Nimg kg22.212.79.9Mgg kg5.94.83.8
Semg kgNDNDNDAlg kg7.06.75.5
Znmg kg573.4449.8281.6Cag kg173.6359.6193.7
Bmg kg22.913.97.4Available-Ng kg2.963.412.32

On dry matter basis; determined on biosolid with natural moisture content.

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