publication . Article . 2017

Long-term crop residue application maintains oil palm yield and temporal stability of production

Hsiao-Hang Tao; Jake L. Snaddon; Eleanor M. Slade; Jean-Pierre Caliman; Rudi H. Widodo; null Suhardi; Kathrine J. Willis;
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  • Published: 28 Jul 2017
Abstract
Crop residue management is an important agricultural practice that has a high potential to improve soil health and optimize crop production. Compared to annual crops, relatively little is known about crop residue management effects on the yield and temporal stability of perennial crop production. Oil palm is an economically important tropical crop, which development has been reported to contribute to severe soil degradation. The use of crop residue application has been shown to enhance soil quality and soil ecosystem functions of oil palm cultivation. However, this management technique is not widely implemented mainly due to the uncertainty of the yield response...
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Medical Subject Headings: food and beverages
free text keywords: Research Article, Elaeis guineensis, Crop residue, Yield stability, Empty fruit bunch, Perennial crop, Soil organic carbon, Chemical fertilizer, Sustainable oil palm, Relative humidity, Indonesia, Crop, Soil health, Agriculture, business.industry, business, biology.organism_classification, biology, Agronomy, Fertilizer, engineering.material, engineering, Crop yield, Soil carbon, Agroforestry
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publication . Article . 2017

Long-term crop residue application maintains oil palm yield and temporal stability of production

Hsiao-Hang Tao; Jake L. Snaddon; Eleanor M. Slade; Jean-Pierre Caliman; Rudi H. Widodo; null Suhardi; Kathrine J. Willis;