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All publications of “Aildson Pereira Duarte”

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Reference Values of Grain Nutrient Content and Removal for Corn

Aildson Pereira Duarte ORCID logo , Mônica Ferreira de Abreu, Eros Artur Bohac Francisco, Douglas de Castilho Gitti, Gabriel Barth, Claudinei Kappes

13/May/2019

ABSTRACT: Unchanged reference values of grain nutrient contents for corn have been used for over 20 years, despite yield increases, the development of new hybrids, and modifications to cropping systems, especially the establishment of in-season second crops and the wide adoption of no-tillage. This study measured macro- and micronutrient contents in corn grains from different regions, in the first (summer) and second (fall) crop, to update the reference values of estimated nutrient removal. A secondary objective was to determine whether […]

Soil compaction and yield of corn cultivars in an oxisol: I – plant characteristics, soil and S index

Onã da Silva Freddi, José Frederico Centurion, Aildson Pereira Duarte, Cristian Luarte Leonel

01/Aug/2009

The purpose of this study was to evaluate, under field conditions, in Colina-SP, Brazil, the response of two genetically different corn cultivars to six compaction levels of an Oxisol. The experiment was arranged in a randomized complete block design, with strip plots and four replications. The corn hybrids DKB 390 and DAS 2B710 were used. After corn seeding, non-deformed soil samples were collected from the layers 0-0.10, 0.10-0.20 and 0.20-0.30 m to determine soil physical properties and the S index. At the seed […]

Soil compaction and yield of corn hybrids in an oxisol. II – least limiting water range and root system

Onã da Silva Freddi, José Frederico Centurion, Aildson Pereira Duarte, Fernanda Salles Cunha Peres

01/Aug/2009

The objective of this study was to evaluate, under field conditions, in Colina-SP, Brazil, the response of two corn cultivars to six soil compaction levels of an Oxisol regarding the root system development, and to characterize soil compaction by the least limiting water range (LLWR). The experiment was arranged in a randomized complete block design, with strip plots and four replications. The corn hybrids DKB 390 and DAS 2B710 were used. After corn sowing, undisturbed soil samples were collected to determine physical […]