Soil organic carbon (SOC) stocks in the different management zones registered in different areas of the world.
Stocks de Carbone organique du sol (COS) dans les différentes zones d’une plantation de palmier à huile enregistrés dans différentes parties du monde.
|Country||Age of Agrosystems||Depth||DA||UF||BR||Oil palm management indications||Author|
|Mg C haˉ1|
|Mexico||20||0–60||23||70||60||The agronomic practices include inorganic fertilization, using 4 kg plant year−1 of N 46% directly applied to the soil, in June and December.||Brindis-Santos et al. (2020)|
|Malaysia||29||0–70||49||56||38||In the first few years after planting, leguminous cover crops were grown to protect from erosion and maintain soil fertility.||Rahman et al. (2018)|
|Brazil||4||0–30||N/R||36||33.4||The authors do not indicate the agronomic management in the crop, however, they mention that it was previously cultivated with grass.||Frazão et al. (2013)|
|Indonesia||25||0–30||52||54||52||This study represents what is considered to be, by the plantations, “good practice” management of oil palm plantation related to management of soil organic input.||Khasanah et al. (2015)|
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