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Title: Factores que intervienen en el proceso de mineralización de nitrógeno cuando son aplicadas enmiendas orgánicas al suelo. Una revisión
Other Titles: Factors involved in the process of nitrogen mineralization when organic amendments are added to a soil. A review
Authors: Monsalve Camacho, Oscar Iván
Gutiérrez Díaz, Joan Sebastián
Cardona, William Andrés
metadata.dc.contributor.colaborator: Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Keywords: Residuos orgánicos
Fertilidad del suelo
Residuos orgánicos como fertilizantes
Enmiendas orgánicas
Aplicación de abonos
Enmiendas del suelo
Abonos orgánicos
Lixiviación
Abonos nitrogenados
Issue Date: 13-Jun-2017
Publisher: Universidad Pedagógica y Tecnológica de Colombia
Citation: Monsalve Camacho, O. I., Gutiérrez Díaz, J. S. y Cardona, W. A. (2017), Factores que intervienen en el proceso de mineralización de nitrógeno cuando son aplicadas enmiendas orgánicas al suelo. Una revisión. Revista Colombiana de Ciencias Hortícolas, 11(1), 200-209. DOI: https://doi.org/10.17584/rcch.2017v11i1.5663 . http://repositorio.uptc.edu.co/handle/001/1808
Abstract: La aplicación de enmiendas orgánicas es una práctica que se hace regularmente en sistemas de cultivos, con el fin de mejorar propiedades físicas y químicas del suelo y aportar nutrientes como nitrógeno (N). Para que las plantas puedan absorberlo, gran cantidad del N que es aportado a través de las enmiendas orgánicas, debe ser transformado de sus formas orgánicas a inorgánicas, en un proceso denominado mineralización. Se han desarrollado una gran cantidad de investigaciones tendientes a entender este proceso, y, cómo el aporte de enmiendas orgánicas influye en su dinámica. Esta revisión proporciona una visión global sobre los factores, de suelo y enmienda, que intervienen en el proceso de mineralización de N cuando se aplican al suelo enmiendas orgánicas de diferentes fuentes.
ABSTRACT: The application of organic amendments is a practice that is done regularly in crop systems in order to improve the physical and chemical properties of the soil and provide nutrients such as nitrogen (N). In order for plants to absorb it, much of the N that is contributed through organic amendments must be transformed from its organic form to its inorganic form in a process called mineralization. A great amount of research has been developed to understand this process and how the contribution of organic amendments influences its dynamics. This review provides an overview of soil and amendment factors involved in the N mineralization process when organic amendments, from different sources, are applied to the soil.
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