Monitoring of the content of manganese in soils and agricultural plants of the central Chernozem Region of Russia
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Reference: Lukin SV, Zhuykov DV, Kostin IG, Prazina EA, Zavalin AA, Chernikov VA. Monitoring of the content of manganese in soils and agricultural plants of the central Chernozem Region of Russia. Eurasia J Biosci. 2019;13(2), 877-881.

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Reference: Lukin, S. V., Zhuykov, D. V., Kostin, I. G., Prazina, E. A., Zavalin, A. A., & Chernikov, V. A. (2019). Monitoring of the content of manganese in soils and agricultural plants of the central Chernozem Region of Russia. Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 13(2), 877-881.

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Reference: Lukin, Sergey V., Denis V. Zhuykov, Ilya G. Kostin, Ekaterina A. Prazina, Aleksey A. Zavalin, and Vladimir A. Chernikov. "Monitoring of the content of manganese in soils and agricultural plants of the central Chernozem Region of Russia". Eurasian Journal of Biosciences 2019 13 no. 2 (2019): 877-881.

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Reference: Lukin, S. V., Zhuykov, D. V., Kostin, I. G., Prazina, E. A., Zavalin, A. A., and Chernikov, V. A. (2019). Monitoring of the content of manganese in soils and agricultural plants of the central Chernozem Region of Russia. Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 13(2), pp. 877-881.

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Reference: Lukin, Sergey V. et al. "Monitoring of the content of manganese in soils and agricultural plants of the central Chernozem Region of Russia". Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, vol. 13, no. 2, 2019, pp. 877-881.

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Reference: Lukin SV, Zhuykov DV, Kostin IG, Prazina EA, Zavalin AA, Chernikov VA. Monitoring of the content of manganese in soils and agricultural plants of the central Chernozem Region of Russia. Eurasia J Biosci. 2019;13(2):877-81.

Abstract

The paper deals with the analysis of long-term observations of the manganese distribution in the soils of the south-western part of the Central Chernozem region of Russia in the Belgorod region. The soil mantle of the survey area is represented mainly by typical chernozem soil, leached chernozem soil and common chernozem soil. It has been found according to the results of a continuous agrochemical survey that 56.4% of cultivated soils belongs to the category with moderate supply of movable manganese, and 38.7% - to the category with low supply. It has been noted that among the main legumes white lupine has a very high ability to absorb manganese. The average content of this metal in its grain is 1065 mg / kg, which is 44 times more than in soybeans and 120 times more than in peas. Among man-made sources of manganese in agrocenoses, organic fertilizers are the main ones.

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