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Analysis on Nutrient Content and Salinization Status of Protected Soil in Shenxian County

WANG Lian-xiang1,YAN Chuan-sheng2,YUAN Fang-yao3,ZHANG Xue-feng2(1.Heze Academy of Agricultural Sciences,Heze 274000,China;2.Heze Agricultural Bureau,Heze 274000,China;3.Shandong Institute of Agricultural Sustainable Development,Jinan 250100,China)  
The fertilizer application status,nutrient content,pH value and salt content of protected soil in Shenxian county were investigated and analyzed.The results showed that the excessive application of fertilizer,a great amount of nutrient accumulation and serious soil salinization led to the decrease of pH value,electrical conductivity and salt content in protected soil.All these have been affecting the normal growth of crop.So some countermeasures were put forward.
【Fund】: 2006年山东省环境保护科学研究计划招标项目 项目编号[2006]057
【CateGory Index】: S158.2
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