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Impact of long-term application of lime and gypsum on tropical no-tillage system on soil microbiome changes and nitrogen-cycle

Grant number: 19/12764-1
Support Opportunities:Scholarships abroad - Research Internship - Doctorate
Effective date (Start): December 01, 2019
Effective date (End): September 30, 2020
Field of knowledge:Agronomical Sciences - Agronomy - Soil Science
Principal Investigator:Carlos Alexandre Costa Crusciol
Grantee:João William Bossolani
Supervisor: Eiko Eurya Kuramae
Host Institution: Faculdade de Ciências Agronômicas (FCA). Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). Campus de Botucatu. Botucatu , SP, Brazil
Research place: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Netherlands  
Associated to the scholarship:18/11063-7 - Lime and phosphogypsum in long-term no-till: soil quality improving crop physiology and 15N-fertilizer recovery in the soil-plant system, BP.DR

Abstract

The liming affects biological activities in the soil, and can to influence both the physical and chemistry of the soil and, thereby, changes crop growth and yields. Additionally, to use de lime, the gypsum use as a complementary practice can influence on root system development and resource availability. This changes the soil capacity to assembly the bacterial community and as to influence the nitrogen cycling potential of soils. Our research project is part of a long-term experiment, installed in 2002/2003, at the College of Agricultural Sciences, UNESP, Botucatu (SP-Brazil). Since its deployment, the activity and microbial communities in relation to soil N cycle have never been evaluated. Thus, following the experiment, which should probably be the only one in the State of São Paulo with more than 17 years of evaluation, our aim is to investigate if and how lime and/or gypsum change diversity, taxonomic profile, and structure of soil microbial communities and decipher the microbial process (es) related to the nitrogen cycle. The experimental design will be in randomized blocks with 4 replicates. The treatments are 1: without application of lime and gypsum (Control); 2: Lime application (13,040 kg ha-1); 3: Gypsum application (10,000 kg ha-1); 4: Lime and Gypsum application. The bulk soil and rhizospheric soil of maize will be to evaluate. The chemical properties of soil will be analyzed and associate with the microbiome of soil. (AU)

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Scientific publications (7)
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
BOSSOLANI, JOAO WILLIAM; COSTA CRUSCIOL, CARLOS ALEXANDRE; PORTUGAL, JOSE ROBERTO; MORETTI, LUIZ GUSTAVO; GARCIA, ARIANI; RODRIGUES, VITOR ALVES; DA FONSECA, MARILEY DE CASSIA; BERNART, LEILA; VILELA, RAFAEL GONCALVES; MENDONCA, LETICIA PASTORE; et al. Long-term liming improves soil fertility and soybean root growth, reflecting improvements in leaf gas exchange and grain yield. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY, v. 128, . (19/12764-1, 18/11063-7)
BOSSOLANI, JOAO W.; CRUSCIOL, CARLOS A. C.; LEITE, MARCIO F. A.; MERLOTI, LUIS F.; MORETTI, LUIZ G.; PASCOALOTO, ISABO M.; KURAMAE, EIKO E.. 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. SOIL BIOLOGY & BIOCHEMISTRY, v. 156, . (18/11063-7, 19/12764-1)
BOSSOLANI, JOAO WILLIAM; CRUSCIOL, CARLOS ALEXANDRE COSTA; MARIANO, EDUARDO; FONSECA, MARILEY; MORETTI, LUIZ GUSTAVO; MOMESSO, LETUSA; PORTUGAL, JOSE ROBERTO; COSTA, NIDIA RAQUEL; CALONEGO, JULIANO CARLOS; KURAMAE, EIKO EURYA. 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. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY, v. 149, p. 12-pg., . (19/12764-1, 18/11063-7)
BOSSOLANI, JOAO WILLIAM; COSTA CRUSCIOL, CARLOS ALEXANDRE; MORETTI, LUIZ GUSTAVO; GARCIA, ARIANI; PORTUGAL, JOSE ROBERTO; BERNART, LEILA; VILELA, RAFAEL GONCALVES; CAIRES, EDUARDO FAVERO; CARNEIRO AMADO, TELMO JORGE; CALONEGO, JULIANO CARLOS; et al. Improving soil fertility with lime and phosphogypsum enhances soybean yield and physiological characteristics. AGRONOMY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, v. 42, n. 2, p. 19-pg., . (18/11063-7, 19/12764-1)
BOSSOLANI, JOAO WILLIAM; CRUSCIOL, CARLOS ALEXANDRE COSTA; GARCIA, ARIANI; MORETTI, LUIZ GUSTAVO; PORTUGAL, JOSE ROBERTO; RODRIGUES, VITOR ALVES; DA FONSECA, MARILEY DE CASSIA; CALONEGO, JULIANO CARLOS; CAIRES, EDUARDO FAVERO; AMADO, TELMO JORGE CARNEIRO; et al. 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. FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE, v. 12, . (19/12764-1, 18/11063-7)
BOSSOLANI, JOAO WILLIAM; COSTA CRUSCIOL, CARLOS ALEXANDRE; MERLOTI, LUIS FERNANDO; MORETTI, LUIZ GUSTAVO; COSTA, NIDIA RAQUEL; TSAI, SIU MUI; KURAMAE, EIKO EURYA. 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. Geoderma, v. 375, . (19/12764-1, 18/11063-7)
BOSSOLANI, JOAO WILLIAM; CRUSCIOL, CARLOS ALEXANDRE COSTA; MARIANO, EDUARDO; MORETTI, LUIZ GUSTAVO; PORTUGAL, JOSE ROBERTO; FONSECA, MARILEY; MOMESSO, LETUSA; CORT, ANDRESSA SELESTINA DALLA; COSTA, VLADIMIR ELIODORO; CANTARELLA, HEITOR. Higher lime rates for greater nitrogen recovery: A long-term no-till experiment labeled with 15N. FIELD CROPS RESEARCH, v. 299, p. 12-pg., . (19/12764-1, 18/11063-7)

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