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of nutrient contents of soil (P: 136.56 p.p.m.; Ca: 1.89%; Mg: 0.38% and OM: 4.84%). It can be concluded that the application of 25 t ha-1 of bovine manure and EcoMic showed the highest yield of moringa and the best contribution to nutrient contents of soil, while the application of compost, with bio-fertilizers or without them, had better effect on soil fertility than the application of inorganic fertilizer, alone
or combined, because it influenced positively on all the nutrients of soil. It is recommended to continue research related to the application of fertilizers on moringa sowing, as well as other related to the effect of this plant on soil fertility, with different times of their exploitation and for other accessions.
Key words: productivity, forage, biomass, soil fertility, fertilization
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