Boron (B) is one of the essential nutrients required for plants. Determining of the relation between B fractions and soil components is useful tool to make assessments about the B dynamics in the soil and plant uptake. In this study, soil samples were taken from 0-30 cm soil depths from 15 different locations of Gaziantep in South East Anatolia Region to determine chemical fractions of B such as readily soluble B (KÇ-B), specifically adsorbed B (SPA-B), oxide bound B (OK-B), organically bound B (OM-B) and residual B (RES-B), and their relation to the soil properties. The average contribution of chemically defined fractions to total B were determined as KÇ-B 0.96%, SPA-B 1.47%, OK-B 0.84%, OM-B 0.84%, and RES-B 95.88%, respectively. Moreover, the relationship between soil B fractions and some soil characteristics has also been examined. The results of the study indicated that three was a positive significant correlations between soil organic matter contents and KÇ-B (p <0.01) and OM-B (p <0.05). Similarly, there was a positive (p <0.01) relationship between KÇ-B and OK-B. This could be interpreted that organic matter can be a key soil properties to increase the amount of KÇ-B in the studied soils.
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: April 29, 2020
|APA||Saltalı, K , Güneş, E , Bi̇li̇r, B . (2020). Güneydoğu Anadolu Bölgesinde Antep Fıstığı Yetiştirilen Bazı Alanların Topraklarında Borun (B) Kimyasal Fraksiyonları ve Toprak Özellikleri İle İlişkisi . Kahramanmaraş Sütçü İmam Üniversitesi Tarım ve Doğa Dergisi , 23 (6) , 1656-1662 . DOI: 10.18016/ksutarimdoga.vi.728795|