Macronutrient contents in the leaves and fruits of red raspberry as affected by liming in an extremely acid soil

https://doi.org/10.17221/756/2014-PSECitation:Sikirić B., Stajković-Srbinović O., Čakmak D., Delić D., Koković N., Kostić-Kravljanac L.J., Mrvić V. (2015): Macronutrient contents in the leaves and fruits of red raspberry as affected by liming in an extremely acid soil. Plant Soil Environ., 61: 23-28.
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The study evaluates the effect of liming materials application in combination with NPK fertilizer and borax on macronutrient contents (nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), potassium (K), calcium (Ca) and magnesium (Mg)), in an extremely acid soil and raspberry leaves and fruits during a two-year period. Liming increased soil pH, N mineral content, P, Ca and Mg soil content, while K content either increased (dolomite and borax application), or decreased (lime application). The N and P contents in raspberry leaves after liming increased significantly, but P content remained below the optimal values. Some treatments with lime caused a decrease in K content in leaves, while dolomite and borax application increased K content. Initially optimal Ca content in leaves increased significantly in the treatments with lime, but decreased after dolomite application. The Mg content in leaves increased after dolomite and borax application, but mainly remained below optimal values. Liming either did not alter or only slightly altered macronutrient contents in raspberry fruits.

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