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Volume 85, 20243rd International Conference on Research of Agricultural and Food Technologies (I-CRAFT-2023)
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|09 January 2024
Comparative analysis of different-age vineyards in Fruska Gora National Park, in the Autonomous province of Vojvodina, Republic of Serbia, on the characteristics of lateral migration of mobile sulphur
Russian State Agrarian University—Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy, Ecology Department, 127550, Timiryazevskaya Street 49, Moscow, Russia
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Data on the content and lateral migration of mobile sulfur in brown forest soil of residual carbonate (Eutric Cambisols/ Haplic Cambisols) of autonomous and transit landscapes under vineyards in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Republic of Serbia, are presented. The content of mobile sulfur in horizons 0-5 and 5-15 cm was highly contrasting from very low (less than 5 mg/kg) to high (more than 35 mg/kg) depending on the age of vineyards, landscape features of their location and applied cultivation systems. The content of mobile sulfur in the lateral structure of elemental landscapes under age (more than 200 years) vineyards with high slope steepness increased from trans-eluvial facies of upper parts of slopes to lower transaccumulative facies. In an industrial vineyard of intensive type 15 years old, the absence of inter-row sodding and the arrangement of rows along a long slope with a complex shape contributed to increased migration. Migration flows and accumulation of mobile sulfur in transaccumulative elemental landscapes can cause deterioration of quality characteristics of produced wine materials and contamination of adjacent environments.
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