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Title: Soil classification and agronomic evaluation of cultivated plants in the world's major cereal

Author
item MUELLER, LOTHAR - Leibniz Institute
item SMOLENTSEVA, ELENA - Russian Academy Of Sciences
item RUKHOVICHC, OLGA - Russian Academy Of Sciences
item LUKIN, SERGEY - Russian Academy Of Sciences
item SHEUDSHEN, ASKHAD - Russian Academy Of Sciences
item ONISHENKO, LUDMILA - Russian Agrarian University
item SYCHEV, VICTOR - Russian Academy Of Sciences
item HU, CHUNSHENG - Chinese Academy Of Sciences
item SAPAROV, ABDULLA - Kazakhstan Research Center
item PETRIE, STEVEN - Oregon State University
item Jabro, Jalal "jay"
item BALL, BRUCE - University Of Edinburgh
item SCHINDLER, UWE - Leibniz Institute
item EULENSTIN, FRANK - Leibniz Institute
item BEHRENDT, AXEL - Leibniz Institute

Submitted to: Book Chapter
Publication Type: Book / Chapter
Publication Acceptance Date: 12/1/2013
Publication Date: 12/1/2013
Citation: Mueller, L., Smolentseva, E.N., Rukhovich, O., Lukin, S., Sheudshen, A.K., Onishenko, L., Sychev, V.G., Hu, C., Saparov, A., Petrie, S., Jabro, J.D., Ball, B.C., Schindler, U., Eulenstein, F., Behrendt, A. 2013. Chapter III. Agricutlural chemicals: Soil classification and agronomic evaluation of cultivated plants in the world's major cereal. In: Sheudzhen, A.X., Gromova, L.A., Onishenko, L.M., Drozova, B.B., Uldykova, I.A., Lebedowsky, I.A., and Yesipenko, R.V., editors. E67 Agricultural Science Enthusiasts. 15(278):114-128.

Interpretive Summary: The aim of our work is the classification and functional evaluation of Agrarstandorten according to uniform criteria and with common indicators. Such information could for the supra-regional comparative evaluation and conserving biodiversity sustainable agricultural use of soil be helpful. Representative soil profiles were examined in major Getreideanbaugebieten the world. These are Europe, North China, the Prarieregionen North America, as well as the plains West Siberia and Kazakhstan. The soil after the World Reference Base for soil resources (Kulturprogramm 2006) classified and using Muncheberger Soil quality rating (M-SQR) functionally evaluated. The majority of the sites studied were agricultural trial locations. Test reports have been removed from, or crop yields, and management regime based in the case of Experimentalflachen estimated in practical farms as well together with the managers. The taxonomic classification according to the criteria of the national classification scheme allows Kulturprogramm 2006 as well as a naming of the soil, but too little about the viability and other soil functions. The indicator-based Muncheberger Soil quality rating proved to be practicable in the application and led to plausible Wertezahlen of surface quality. The Bewertungskennziffern of the M-SQR can depending on Landnutzungsintensitat and goodness-of-fit of the indicators, for example 50-80% of the Ertragsvariabilitat explain. It concludes that the M-SQR Potential estimation of yields for the patterning in different scales. It extends the descriptive taxonomic Bodenklassifikationssysteme Kulturprogramm 2006 to include the aspect of Bodenfunktionalitat. Relations between soil properties and viability are in accordance with the principles underlying Dokuchaevs.

Technical Abstract: The aim of our work is the classification and functional evaluation of Agrarstandorten according to uniform criteria and with common indicators. Such information could for the supra-regional comparative evaluation and conserving biodiversity sustainable agricultural use of soil be helpful. Representative soil profiles were examined in major Getreideanbaugebieten the world. These are Europe, North China, the Prarieregionen North America, as well as the plains West Siberia and Kazakhstan. The soil after the World Reference Base for soil resources (Kulturprogramm 2006) classified and using Muncheberger Soil quality rating (M-SQR) functionally evaluated. The majority of the sites studied were agricultural trial locations. Test reports have been removed from, or crop yields, and management regime based in the case of Experimentalflachen estimated in practical farms as well together with the managers. The taxonomic classification according to the criteria of the national classification scheme allows Kulturprogramm 2006 as well as a naming of the soil, but too little about the viability and other soil functions. The indicator-based Muncheberger Soil quality rating proved to be practicable in the application and led to plausible Wertezahlen of surface quality. The Bewertungskennziffern of the M-SQR can depending on Landnutzungsintensitat and goodness-of-fit of the indicators, for example 50-80% of the Ertragsvariabilitat explain. It concludes that the M-SQR Potential estimation of yields for the patterning in different scales. It extends the descriptive taxonomic Bodenklassifikationssysteme Kulturprogramm 2006 to include the aspect of Bodenfunktionalitat. Relations between soil properties and viability are in accordance with the principles underlying Dokuchaevs.