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Influences of Plant Residue Input in Two Coastal Land Uses on Soil Dissolved Base Cations

  • Rabiatul Jannah
  • Azwar Maas
  • Sri Nuryani Hidayah Utami
Conference paper

Abstract

Coastal soils have typical properties for categorization as marginal land for plant growth. Addition of plant residue is expected to improve the conditions of coastal soils to support the growth of agricultural crops and is able to help dissolve the alkaline cations required by plants with organic acids produced by their decomposition process. This research aimed to establish the influence of agricultural plant residue input on dissolved base cations in two types of coastal land use. This research was conducted in a completely randomized design with types of plant residue as a factor. The types of land use in coastal areas consisted of home gardens and cropland. The types of input plant residue consisted of Sembung shrub (Sphaeranthus africanus. L), corn, paddy, and peanut. The treatment was repeated three times and observations were done twice: at 30 day and 90 day. Input of peanut residue into the cropland soil gave the greatest amount of soil dissolved calcium and magnesium during the incubation period of 30 day and provided the greatest amount of dissolved calcium in the incubation period of 90 day. Input of Sembung shrub into cropland soil gave the highest value for dissolved potassium in the incubation period of 30 day, while in the 90 day incubation period, Sembung shrub input provided the highest C:N ratio and soil dissolved potassium value.

Keywords

Coastal land use Cropland Home garden Plant residue Soil base cations 

Notes

Acknowledgments

The authors would like to acknowledge the Government of Bantul Regency, especially Mr. Supriyanto (the Village Chief of Poncosari), Mr. Yahman, Mr. Santoso, Mrs. Nurhasanah, and Mr. Kohar for their support in this research.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rabiatul Jannah
    • 1
  • Azwar Maas
    • 2
  • Sri Nuryani Hidayah Utami
    • 2
  1. 1.Faculty of AgricultureMulawarman UniversitySamarindaIndonesia
  2. 2.Faculty of AgricultureUniversitas Gadjah MadaYogyakartaIndonesia

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