Surface application of lime and phosphogypsum in a tropical no-tillage system

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Years operational
To know how phosphogypsum and limestone surface application affects the nutrition and yield of the crops under a no-till system.
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Available to collaborators only
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Don't know
Data policy
Yes (not online)
São Paulo State University - School of Agriculture
experimental research station
Dr Juliano Calonego
principal investigator
Crop Science
Dr Carlos A C Crusciol
principal investigator
Head of Department
Crop Science
Dr Rogerio Soratto
principal investigator
Associate Professor
Crop Science

Site: Surface application of lime and phosphogypsum in a tropical no-tillage system

research station field
Local code
Site 17
São Paulo
Geographic location
-22.49, -48.253512
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765 Metres
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Soil type
Soil description
Sandy Clay thermic Typic Haplorthox
Climate description
Cwa dry winter and hot wet summer
Climate properties
VariableTime periodValue (range)Units
air temperature20.3 (15.3 – 26.1) degree Celsius
precipitation (38 – 224) millimeter

Design period: Main period (2002—)

Design Type
upland rice; black oat; common bean; peanut white oat; corn; palisade grass; soybean; grain sorghum; crambe; cowpea Lime x Phosphgypsum pear millet; wheat
Number of plots
Number of replicates
Number of harvests per year
CropYears grown
ground nuts
palisade grass
cow peas

Related publications

  • Changes in Soil Physical Properties and Carbon Protection Mechanisms by Surface Application of Lime in a Tropical No-Tillage System
  • Lime and phosphogypsum impacts on soil organic matter pools in a tropical Oxisol under long-term no-till conditions
  • Impact of Amendments on the Physical Properties of Soil under Tropical Long-Term No Till Conditions
  • Cátions hidrossolúveis na parte aérea de culturas anuais mediante aplicação de calcário e gesso em superfície
  • Dolomite and Phosphogypsum Surface Application Effects on Annual Crops Nutrition and Yield
  • Atributos químicos do solo decorrentes da aplicação em superfície de calcário e gesso em sistema plantio direto recém-implantado
  • Nutrição e produtividade de grãos da aveia-preta em função da aplicação de calcário e gesso em superfície na implantação do sistema plantio direto
  • Métodos de determinação de cálcio e magnésio trocáveis e estimativa do calcário residual em um Latossolo submetido à aplicação de calcário e gesso em superfície
  • Produção de fitomassa e acúmulo de nutrientes pela aveia-preta em função da aplicação de calcário e gesso em superfície na implantação do sistema plantio direto
  • Intensive annual crop production and root development in a tropical acid soil under long-term no-till and soil-amendment management
    10.1071/CP17233 [In English]
  • Lime and gypsum combination improves crop and forage yields and estimated meat production and revenue in a variable charge tropical soil
  • Long-term lime and gypsum amendment increase nitrogen fixation and decrease nitrification and denitrification gene abundances in the rhizosphere and soil in a tropical no-till intercropping system
  • Long-Term Lime and Phosphogypsum Amended-Soils Alleviates the Field Drought Effects on Carbon and Antioxidative Metabolism of Maize by Improving Soil Fertility and Root Growth
  • Long-term liming improves soil fertility and soybean root growth, reflecting improvements in leaf gas exchange and grain yield
  • Modulation of the soil microbiome by long-term Ca-based soil amendments boosts soil organic carbon and physicochemical quality in a tropical no-till crop rotation system
  • Long-term effects of lime and phosphogypsum on soil carbon and nitrogen and physical attributes under tropical no-till
    10.1002/saj2.20182 [In English]
  • Sulfur speciation in a tropical soil amended with lime and phosphogypsum under long-term no-tillage system
  • Liming enhances longevity of wheat seeds produced in acid soils
  • Improving soil fertility with lime and phosphogypsum enhances soybean yield and physiological characteristics
  • Surface liming triggers improvements in subsoil fertility and root distribution to boost maize crop physiology, yield and revenue
  • Higher lime rates for greater nitrogen recovery: A long-term no-till experiment labeled with 15N
  • Long term co-application of lime and phosphogypsum increases 15 N recovery and reduces 15 N losses by modulating soil nutrient availability, crop growth and N cycle genes