Sulphur mineralization of cattle manure (CM) and green waste compost (GWC) added to six agricultural soils with different chemical properties was monitored over 11 wk in a laboratory incubation experiment. The SO42-S released from GWC treated soils were higher than in soils amended with CM and in the controls. The percentages of mineralized S were always higher in GWCtreated soil (1.3%-8.5%) than in CM-treated soil (0.9%-3.8%). In three of the Six soils, particularly for CM, an inimobilization of sulphur was observed. Cattle manure stimulated the arylsulphatase activity at a greater extent than green waste compost. The arylsulphatase activity seems to be controlled by the level of the inorganic S present in soil.
|Autori:||Saviozzi A.; Cardelli R.; Cipolli S.; Levi-Minzi R.; Riffaldi R.|
|Titolo:||Arylsulphatase activity during the S mineralization in soils amended with cattle manure and green waste compost|
|Anno del prodotto:||2006|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|