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All publications of “Lauana Lopes dos Santos”

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Modeling in the Adjustment of Fertilization Recommendation through Leaf Analysis in Fertigated ‘Prata’ Banana

José Aridiano Lima de Deus, Júlio César Lima Neves, Ismail Soares, Víctor Hugo Alvarez V., Fabricio Martinazzo Regis de Albuquerque, Lauana Lopes dos Santos, [...]


ABSTRACT: In banana cultivation, fertilization recommendations are almost exclusively based on soil chemical analysis, without considering leaf analysis and expected yield, which can help in the adjustment of fertilization programs. The aim of this study was to develop a method to recommend macronutrient fertilization rates which integrates data on leaf analysis, soil chemical analysis, and yield. Yield, soil chemical analysis, and leaf analysis data of fertigated plantations of ‘Prata’ banana were obtained for the first and second halves of the […]

Partitioning of humic substances in brazilian soils

Lauana Lopes dos Santos, Julian Junio Jesus Lacerda, Yuri Lopes Zinn


Humic substances (HS) are the main pool of total soil organic carbon (TOC). They are partitioned in different fractions according to its solubility in alkali or acid medium, which can be related to soil type and management. This work aimed to compare HS partitioning in Brazilian soils according to soil depth, soil type, biome, and land uses. In a literature review of theses, dissertations, journal articles, and abstracts in proceedings, quantitative data on TOC partitioning in humic acids (HA), fulvic […]

Oxidizable organic carbon fractions of an ultisol under an alley cropping system

Arcângelo Loss, Marcos Gervasio Pereira, Edilene Pereira Ferreira, Lauana Lopes dos Santos, Sidinei Julio Beutler, Altamiro Souza de Lima Ferraz Júnior


The input of organic matter to the soil by legumes in alley cropping systems may be an alternative for a sustainable soil use in the humid tropics. The objective of this study was to compare the input of oxidizable organic matter in a combination of residues from different legumes in alley cropping systems on an Ultisol. Two legume species were evaluated: leucena (Leucaena leucocephala) and pigeon pea (Cajanus cajan), which have high-quality residues, and Philippine pigeonwings (Clitoria fairchildiana) and acacia […]