International Journal of Microbiology / 2016 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Influence of Vinasse Application in the Structure and Composition of the Bacterial Community of the Soil under Sugarcane Cultivation

Table 1

Physicochemical properties of the soil from four biomes studied in this work at depth of 0–20 cm.

SoilspHOMP resinKCaMgH + ALSB
CaCl2g/dm3mg/dm3mmol/dm3%

SPV5.520339.844193172.8103.870
SMC6.4192610.31062612142.3154.392
SPS4.8109113728214943
SFS5.223311.139223862.1100.162

pH: hydrogen potential; OM: organic matter; K: potassium; Ca: calcium; Mg: magnesium; H + AL: exchangeable acidity or potential acid; SB: sum of bases; : Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) effective at pH 7.0; : percentage of base saturation; mmol/dm3: millicentimole per cubic decimeter.
SPV: soil with stillage fertigation and sugarcane cultivation; SMC: heterogeneous soil deposited on the stillage master channel; SPS: soil by sugarcane planting without stillage fertigation; SFS: native forest soil located near areas of sugarcane cultivation.

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